Before the beginning of the progressing ICC World Cup 2019 competition, there were still questions on who should turn out to bat at No. 4 position for India. In the second practice game for the men dressed in blues against Bangladesh a week ago on Friday, KL Rahul was approached to bat at the pined for position. The right-gave batsman caught the chance and crushed 108 of every 99 balls to help his side post a mammoth aggregate of 359/7 out of 50 overs.
Presently, being in the shaft position to be a piece of India's playing XI in the opening conflict against South Africa in Southampton on Wednesday, the Karnataka batsman was seen perspiring it out on the nets at the Ageas Bowl on Monday.
India skipper Virat Kohli had applauded Rahul for his innings at the post-coordinate introduction service, after India pulled off a 95-run prevail upon their neighbors in the training game on Friday a week ago.
"I thoroughly consider the greatest positive to come was the way KL Rahul batted at four. It is significant that he gets runs and he is a sound player to get the scoreboard ticking," he had said.