KL Rahul shrugged off his own statement, added 'ghee' to the fire of the ongoing war between Virat and Gavaskar and said, 'I did not say.... - Newztezz Online

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KL Rahul shrugged off his own statement, added 'ghee' to the fire of the ongoing war between Virat and Gavaskar and said, 'I did not say....


KL Rahul: In the ongoing season of the Indian Premier League, the performance of Team India and Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) veteran batsman Virat Kohli has been excellent. He is the highest run-scorer in the tournament and holds the Orange Cap. However, despite this he is facing criticism.

Former Indian cricket legend Sunil Gavaskar and some other cricket experts raised questions on Virat's strike rate. However, Virat Kohli did not like this and he clarified on this matter after a match. But now KL Rahul has again escalated this matter with his recent statement.

KL Rahul retracted his statement

It is noteworthy that some time ago KL Rahul had given a shocking statement regarding the strike rate. He had said that according to him strike rate is an overrated thing. The batting of any player depends on the circumstances. If you are chasing a target of 140 runs, then you do not need a strike rate of 200. However, now KL Rahul has retracted his statement.

What does KL Rahul say now on streak rate?

During the toss before the recent match against Kolkata Knight Riders, KL Rahul said that now the T20 format is changing and the importance of strike rate has increased a lot. Rahul said,

“There is a lot of talk about strike rate and this format is changing a lot. Now even the score of 220 runs is no longer safe. Therefore its importance has increased a lot.”

Virat Kohli is in great form

Talking about the performance of Virat Kohli, he is in tremendous form this season. He has scored 542 runs in 11 matches at an average of 67.75 and strike rate of 148.09. During this period, he has scored 1 century and 4 half-centuries. There are still some more matches left for RCB. In such a situation, fans hope that Kohli scores runs in these also and keep himself prepared for the T20 World Cup 2024 to be played in June.

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