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KL Rahul will rock with the highest run record on Australian pitches

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He is back with tremendous action- the Indian vice caption and eminent aggressive batsman Rahul has made a glorious comeback during Asia Cup 2022 with magnificent performances in his last two matches. One of the old Indian cricketers and current Cricket expert cum commentator has come up with a bold prediction about KL Rahul.

As per Akash Chopra’s view, The Australian Pitches are good for the openers like KL Rahul. He would simply love to play the ball coming on the bat. KL can start and end up the game of the T20 match with his sensational batting. He is going to be the top scorer from the Indian T20 side.

The 3o-year-old vice-captain was away from the main season for almost 7 months due to injury reasons.But now, he has proved and celebrated the much-awaited comeback in the T20 core side with a splendid performance back-to-back.

Inclining Performance with remarkable records

KL Rahul is consistent in ongoing T20 World Cup practice matches in Australia. He has scored slow and steady 74 Runs against the team Western Australia XI in 55 balls.

If we can have a look at his past performance analysis in the last two years. He played 11 matches in 2020 with total runs scored 404 at an average of 140.77. He played 11 matches in 2021 with a total run score of 289 at an average of 130.77. In 2022 at present, he has played 10 matches o far with a total score of 306 at an average of 129.11. The year is yet to be over for the cricket season and the T20World Cup is about to start. This is a positive sign for a batsman like him.

So, let us hope the Prediction will happen and KL Rahul will fulfill the expectations of the million fans of him to make India’s entry into the finale with pride and ease.

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