KL Rahul last 10 T20 innings score: The Indian opening batsman has registered his third consecutive single-digit score in the series.
During the third T20I of the ongoing England’s tour of India in Ahmedabad, India opening batsman Lokesh Rahul registered his third consecutive single-digit score at the Narendra Modi Stadium.
Opening the batting with a third partner in vice-captain Rohit Sharma tonight, Rahul failed to get off the mark as England fast bowler Mark Wood went past his defense in the third over.
Rahul, who wanted to play a 146 kmph delivery through the leg-side, didn’t make any contact with the ball after finding himself in a strange position. Highest run-scorer in Indian Premier League 2021, Rahul has scored a solitary run in three outing in this series so far.
KL Rahul last 10 T20 innings score
Rahul, who had been dismissed for a duck in the third T20I against Australia last year, now has three ducks in four T20I innings. India, who have sent out three different opening pairs in this series till now, might want to evaluate the same in the fourth match as well.
As far as Rahul’s last 10 T20I innings are concerned, his 250 runs have come at an average and strike rate of 27.77 and 121.35 respectively which also includes a couple of overseas half-centuries.
Talking about Rahul’s last 10 T20 innings which comprises of four IPL 2020 matches, the right-hand batsman has scored 212 runs at 21.2 and 107.07 respectively with the help of only one half-century.
How Twitterati reacted:
Feel for Rahul. Just not getting the early rhythm or any bit of luck to get going. All he needs perhaps is just a few right of the middle …. But Shouldn’t sweat much – we know when it rains, it’s pours from his bat. #IndvEng
— Jatin Sapru (@jatinsapru) March 16, 2021
KL is going through a real bad period. He is very very good and will come out of this but at the moment is clearly feeling the pressure. Happens to the best.
— Boria Majumdar (@BoriaMajumdar) March 16, 2021
Rahul living out a nightmare currently….
— Cricketwallah (@cricketwallah) March 16, 2021
— Will Macpherson (@willis_macp) March 16, 2021
Oooo Mark Wood… that’s tasty.
— Charles Dagnall (@CharlesDagnall) March 16, 2021
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