KL Rahul Failed IND vs ENG: KL Rahul did exactly what he did in the first three matches of the league stage in the second semi-final of the T20 World Cup against England. He was dismissed after scoring five runs in five balls. He was made his victim by English fast bowler Chris Woakes. Rahul gets caught behind on a length ball that falls on off-stump. The ball was an out-swinger who could easily be dropped but he went to Australia with the copyright to repeat the mistakes. The ball went into the story of English wicketkeeper Jos Buttler and Rahul headed towards the pavilion. Social media immediately buzzed as soon as Rahul got out. The cricket fans who trolled him took great news of him.
A passionate fan even demanded to drop KL Rahul from the team from every format of the game. He wrote that how long will he have to bear it.
The extent was reached when a cricket-loving user gave him the title of biggest fraud in cricket.
At the same time, a user advised the selectors and team management from his post that as an opener, Shikhar Dhawan is 1000 times better batsman than KL Rahul.
How much KL Rahul drowned Team India in the T20 World Cup with his performance till the semi-finals cannot be known from his final figures. He has scored 128 runs in 6 matches so far which includes 2 half-centuries which is not bad to hear or read. But if you look at this figure match by match, then their pole gets exposed.
KL Rahul added 4 runs in 6 balls in the first match against Pakistan in Melbourne. He scored 9 runs in 12 balls in the second match against Netherlands in Sydney. In the third match, 9 runs in 14 balls against South Africa in Perth, 50 runs in 32 balls against Bangladesh in Adelaide in the fourth match and 51 runs in 35 balls against Zimbabwe in Melbourne.
After two consecutive half-centuries, it seemed that KL Rahul would do something amazing in the knockout match against England as well. He also opened the innings with a boundary but immediately returned to his old, familiar form.
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