How did Dhoni help Rahane? (PC-CSK TWITTER)
New Delhi, Ajinkya Rahane may have missed out on scoring a century in the final of the World Test Championship, but this player proved his mettle at the Oval. the time when Team India Was in trouble. Batsmen like Virat, Rohit, Pujara had settled, at that time Rahane showed the courage to stay at the crease. Rahane played an unmatched inning of 89 runs. But now the question is, how did Rahane do such amazing batting in his comeback test? Let us tell you that Rahane worked hard after being out of Team India, but somewhere MS Dhoni also had a hand in his successful comeback.
Ajinkya Rahane spent a lot of time with Mahendra Singh Dhoni before being selected in the squad for the World Test Championship final. This right-handed batsman was bought by Chennai Super Kings and Dhoni had some talks with Rahane about his role in the team before the start of IPL 2023. Dhoni explained many things to Rahane but his 7 words became the secret of this batsman’s success.
Mahi’s 7 words that became the reason for Rahane’s success!
As soon as Ajinkya Rahane joined the Chennai team, Dhoni gave him a formula of seven words. Mahi told Rahane, ‘Enjoy the game, don’t take tension’. Dhoni had said after Rahane’s stormy half-century in IPL 2023 that he had talked to this batsman and said that you just have to play according to your ability. Enjoy the game and don’t take tension at all. Just these words of Mahi gave confidence to Rahane and he not only contributed to making Chennai the champion in IPL 2023, but also got a chance in the squad for the World Test Championship final.
Rahane again became the troubleshooter
The Indian cricket team had lost 4 wickets for 71 runs in the first innings at the Oval. But after this Rahane added 71 runs for the fifth wicket with Jadeja and then for the seventh wicket he made a century partnership with Shardul. Shardul and Rahane shared a partnership of 109 runs in 145 balls. This is the reason why Team India reached 296 runs.
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