The head coach of the Indian cricket team, Rahul Dravid, said that Ajinkya Rahane’s batting state does not worry him.
India and New Zealand ended the fascinating test match with a tie, as the visiting team remained firm in the final game, ending nine games with a score of 165.
In the last nine games of the game, the rear wing players Rachin Ravindra and Ajaz Patel of the New Zealand team showed a rock-solid defense against the Indian team.
India only needs a wicket to lock the game, but New Zealand’s spinner is very good at blocking the ball to prevent them from winning.
When Ajinkya Rahane wanted to turn things around, it was a game problem: Rahul Dravid
Rahane led the Indian team as a substitute captain in the absence of Virat Kohli, and he could add four points to the Indian team in the second game. Instead, he was trapped in front of the ticket gate by New Zealand spinner Ajaz Patel.
Rahane’s bleak batting state once again became the focus of everyone’s attention, but Dravid said that for senior batsmen, turning the situation around is just one game.
“I mean you don’t have to worry about it. Of course, you want more Ajinkya running positions, he wants more running positions. He is a good player and he has done well for India in the past. He is those One of the people with quality and experience, he wants to turn the situation around is a matter of the game, he knows this, and we know this,” Dravid said in a press conference after the first test.
“Listen, we haven’t decided what our XI (in the next test) will be. It’s too early. At least, today our focus is on this game. When we go to Mumbai, we will evaluate the situation and Check people’s health. Virat Kohli will join us, so we also have to discuss with him and then make a decision,” he added.
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Shreyas Iyer scored a century in his first game. He once again scored the highest score for India with 125 goals and 65 points in the second game, helping India set New Zealand’s goal of 284 points.
Dravid said that it’s great for a young man to stand up and take responsibility for scoring in his debut.
“It’s great to see these young people come forward at their debut, and we have also seen one or two players in T20 who have made a good evaluation of themselves,” the coach said.
“A young kid performed well in the first test in India. This is not only a good reflection of that person (player), but also a good reflection of the system. In fact, we are not only able to develop India A, and he also played club cricket for Mumbai,” he added.
Al became the first Indian player to score 150 points in his first test. Only the legendary Indian batsman Sunil Gavaskar scored two 50+ points in his first test.