And just when the netizens questioned KL Rahul’s availability and squad inclusion in the ICC T20 World Cup, the opening batsman slammed back with an iconic reply.
KL Rahul successfully lifted his bat for a surviving fifty after Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli walked back poorly in the first T20I clash against Australia.
Earlier, KL Rahul opened up on his strike rate failure and promised his better performance in terms of strike rate, which was clearly seen as implemented, as the batsman played with a smooth strike rate of over 150.
FIFTY for @klrahul 👏👏
A fine half-century for #TeamIndia vice-captain off 32 deliveries.
He also breaches the 2000 runs mark in T20Is.
— BCCI (@BCCI) September 20, 2022
KL Rahul successfully crossed 2000 T20 International runs after chasing down his fifty.