KL Rahul becomes the best runner in India in the bilateral series T20I

MOUNT MAUNGANUI (New Zealand): goalkeeper hitter KL Rahul on Sunday he became the best runner in India in the bilateral series T20I.

Rahul played a 45-run hit to record the highest number of runs for an individual Indian hitter in a bilateral series. In the five-game series against New Zealand, Rahul crushed a total of 224 races, including two half centuries.

Previously, the record was held by the employer virat Kohli for scoring 199 runs against Australia in three T20I in 2016. He also accumulated 183 runs against the West Indies in the three-game series in 2019.

The 27-year-old had entered as Rishabh pants The replacement in the second ODI against Australia last month. Pant had to miss the game after suffering a concussion in the first game. Since then, Rahul has impressed with the bat and his glove behind the stumps.

India waiting pattern Rohit Sharma by the end T20I retired injured after suffering a calf injury. He accumulated 60 studded races with three four and three six. The first game became the scorer with more than fifty years in the shortest format of the game with 21 years fifty-four centuries.