Asia Cup 2023: Rain is also interfering in practice after the match, India did indoor practice; Rahul sweated a lot

Indian Cricket Team’s Practice: Rain has interfered since the beginning of the Asia Cup. Rain interrupted both the matches of the Indian team in the tournament, after which the first match ended in a draw and the result of the second match came through Duckworth-Lewis. Now rain is creating problems even in India’s practice. In the same practice, KL Rahul shed a lot of sweat.

According to media reports, the Indian team is doing indoor practice due to rain. India will play the next match against Pakistan on 10 September in Colombo. Before this great match, KL Rahul has started making excuses. Rahul had missed the first two matches due to swallowing. If reports are to be believed, Rahul spent maximum time in the nets. He faced both right and left arm bowlers. Rahul wants to be fully prepared before the match against Pakistan. 

Although it was an optional nets session, in which captain Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli did not participate. At the same time, opener Shubman Gill faced some balls. Gill practiced more on swing balls. In the match played against Pakistan, Shubman Gill looked very upset with the swing. He was troubled a lot by Shaheen Afridi and Naseem Shah against Pakistan. 

Shardul also did batting practice 

Let us tell you that fast bowler Shardul Thakur also practiced batting before the Indo-Pak match. Head coach Rahul Dravid talked to Shardul for a long time about batting. The Indian team is looking to increase the batting in the lower order, due to which Shardul Thakur was included in the playing eleven in place of Mohammed Shami in the match against Pakistan. Now it will be interesting to see whether Team India looks at the depth of batting against Pakistan or gives importance to bowling. 


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