ODI World Cup 2023 KL Rahul

KL Rahul winning six reaction: Team India needed five runs to win off the last 54 balls and batsman KL Rahul needed nine to complete a brilliant century in his first match of the ICC ODI Cricket World Cup 2023 against five-time world champions Australia at the MA Chidambaram Stadium. Runs were needed. In Chennai on Sunday. The equation was simple, a four followed by a six would have been enough for Rahul to reach his century. However, this could not happen.

Rahul did not pay attention to the timing of the extra cover drive off Australian captain Pat Cummins, due to which the ball went straight for a six instead of the boundary. KL Rahul played an unbeaten inning of 97 runs.

Rahul sat sad on the field, then smiled. KL Rahul wanted to hit a four, but when it was converted into a six. Seeing this, Rahul seemed a little surprised and there was sadness in his eyes for not being able to complete the century. They sat on the ground. This video is becoming very viral. However later he was seen smiling.

I have no regrets about not scoring a century. Rahul revealed how it felt to be a few runs short of a good century, “I hit it really well, I just evaluated how to get 100 in the end. The only way out was fours and sixes, but there are no regrets about not reaching a century.”

Rahul’s 97 was the second highest score by an Indian wicketkeeper in an ODI World Cup match, surpassing MS Dhoni’s 91 not out in the World Cup 2011 final against Sri Lanka. India’s current head coach Rahul Dravid holds the record for most runs scored by an Indian wicketkeeper in a World Cup match. He scored 145 runs against Sri Lanka in the 1999 World Cup.