KL Rahul reveals favorite cricket memory with Dhoni
NEW DELHI: Indian porter hitter KL Rahul on Sunday he revealed his favorite memory with the former captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni .
During a question and answer session, when a Twitter user asked Rahul to share his favorite memory with Dhoni, he wrote: I think our partnership in the game against the West Indies in Miami.
I think our partnership in the game against the West Indies in Miami. https://t.co/yZdA948nsI - K L Rahul (@ klrahul11) 1589115796000
In the first T20I of the two-game series against the West Indies at the central turf of Central Park Park Broward in Florida, while chasing 246, Rahul and Dhoni had a 107-run association on just 49 balls for the fourth wicket .
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The duo failed to put the side on the line and lost the game by a mere margin of one run. In an exciting match, the Men in Blue were required all eight races to win the match in the twentieth final.
On the last ball of the clash, India needed two runs to win, but Dwayne Bravo He sent Dhoni back to the pavilion and gave his team a one-race victory.
Dhoni played a stroke of 43 runs of 25 balls, while Rahul remained undefeated in 110 runs on 51 balls, including five sixes and 12 limits. In another question, when the netizen asked Rahul how he coped with mental pressure when going through a difficult phase, he replied: Every challenge is different and there is no set pattern to get out of difficult times. For me, it's about going through the tough phases and keeping things simple. It's also about having a mindset that I can overcome any difficulties that come my way and focus on myself.
As all sporting events around the world have been suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic, Rahul is enjoying time away from Cricket .
He was phenomenal with the bat in the limited series against Australia and New Zealand. He has scored a century-long score and four over fifty in his last ten combined innings in ODI and T20I.
Rahul would have led Kings XI Punjab if the IPL had started on March 29. However, the tournament was suspended indefinitely due to the coronavirus pandemic.