Rahane points to lack of cricket at home
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Lack of Practice
Rahane points to lack of practice cricket at home. Ajinkya Rahane has a middling record in home test since the last time England were here four years. He average 30.87 with a solitary hundred and 22 dismissal versus spin. This leads to a specific question at the conference.
Ajinkya Harane Statement
“I was expecting this question. You need to check your facts. My contribution to the team Whenever the team needed a runs, the runs are there. I am a team man. When the team needs me to score in a situation, I have always done that. As a player, I’m always looking to learn and grow”
The spinning condition projected for the series ending Test, the technique narrative will not fade in the background with the pink ball just yet. Joe Root a part time off spinner picked five-fer in India first innings to make further inquisition for the teams ability to dominate visiting spinners.
Rahane has played Ranji Trophy games. His performance in the limited-overs cricket (ODI and T20I) during that period was not up to the mark, as he averaged around 25 in both ODI and T20 cricket, and struggled for form in the series against Pakistan and England.
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“The last Test we played in India was in 2019 against South Africa. It has been a while. You need practice to play spin bowling. We haven’t played so many games in India the last three years.” Rahane reasoned about the spin rust.
Bruised. Broken. But never short of character. Really happy with how the boys fought till the end. Lots to learn and improve as we look forward to Brisbane now. pic.twitter.com/4VBZGCvbnp
— Ajinkya Rahane (@ajinkyarahane88) January 11, 2021