IND vs SA 3rd ODI: KL Rahul’s Shocking statement, says ‘White Ball Cricket needs urgent transformation”.

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KL Rahul’s Shocking statement, says ‘White Ball Cricket needs urgent transformation”.

IND vs SA, 3rd ODI: India suffered a humiliating series sweep 3-0 at the hands of South Africa who are overwhelmed by this iconic victory in the bilateral series against India. India’s vice-cpatain KL Rahul said that the Indian white-ball team needs urgent transformation after considering India’s poor run in the tests & ODIs. He also said that he has full confidence in his leadership skills even after India suffered a 3-0 series whitewash at the hands of South Africa.

A disgusting 3-0 series whitewashed against South Africa is an alarm that India needs to reconsider their approach & strategies in white-ball cricket. Though India displayed a spirited performance but succumbed in front of South Africa’s excellent all-round performance with both bat & ball.

Speaking about the opportunity to lead India, KL Rahul said, “It’s a huge honor and it’s a dream come true to represent my country and lead my country. Yes, the results didn’t go our way but I think there was massive learning. We are at a stage right now where we have World Cups as the focus and we are working towards getting better as a team. I feel like we have played very good cricket over the last four or five years but it’s also time for us to get better and transform our white-ball cricket”.

IND vs SA 3rd ODI: KL Rahul is confident about his Leadership Skills

KL Rahul’s captaincy has come under scanner after suffering a series swept 3-0. Experts even said that he may have lost his chance of leading the team as a permanent captain in the long run across all formats. However, KL Rahul stated that he has full confidence in his leadership skills.

KL Rahul’s decisions regarding the bowling attack bore consequences as it didn’t work in the middle overs in the recently concluded ODI series. And when Temba made some smart decisions by opening the bowling with Aiden Markram, Rahul tried to do the same by sending Ravichandran Ashwin in the ealry overs in one game which was more of a reactive move than the pro-active one.

“I don’t use that as an excuse for not winning, but I think we are a work in progress as a team. I learned so much while leading. Losses make you so much stronger than starting with victories. My career has always been that way. I have always got everything slowly. I am confident in my leadership skills and I know that I can bring out the best from my players. I know I can do well for my country and franchise,” Rahul added.

India began the South Africa tour by winning the opening Test in Centurion before suffering five consecutive defeats across two formats. India is next set to host West Indies for three one-dayers and three Twenty20 Internationals next month.

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