After failing in the first Test against England, Rahane was backed by Indian captain Virat Kohli.
Praveen Amre, batting coach of Team India chief batsman Ajinkya Rahane, believes that opener Rohit Sharma caught everyone’s eye after playing some big innings in the opening match of the Test series against England. Test team. Read more – IND vs ANG: Dilip Vengsarkar advises England on how to bat against spin
Under Rahane’s captaincy, India won the Test series 2-1 in Australia. His captaincy was also praised throughout the series. After scoring 112 and unbeaten 227 at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), Rahane scored 22, 4, 37 and 24 in Australia. He has since scored just 1, 0, 67, 10 runs in the ongoing Test series against England in India. Read more – IND vs ANG: India took advantage of England’s weakness against spin: Ian Chappell
Former batsman and Rahane batting coach Praveen Amre said it was equally important to contribute to the win. “It was not easy to bat,” Amre told IANS on Sunday. You can see that not many centuries have passed. ” Read more – ICC Test Rankings: Rohit Sharma tops career best rankings, Ashwin tops third
Apart from Rahane and Ravichandran Ashwin, no other Indian has scored a century in the last eight Tests. “A low century doesn’t mean it’s easy to bat,” he said. We can say that the second Test century was important. Especially when he partnered with Rohit. You can contribute to the success of the team. You don’t always have to score big to succeed. “