Team India opener KL Rahul (KL Rahula) is operating in great kind today. India are presently on the New Zealand tour the place they defeated the hosts by 7 wickets within the second match of the five-match T20 collection on Sunday. In the second match of the collection in opposition to New Zealand, KL Rahul as soon as once more grew to become a troubleshooter for Team India and he teamed up with Shreyas Iyer to win the group. During this time KL Rahul additionally accomplished his half-century. <! –
KL Rahul additionally scored a half-century within the first match of the collection and he managed the group's innings within the first match with Virat Kohli.
In the second T20 match of the collection in opposition to New Zealand, KL Rahul made historical past as quickly as he hit half-century. This was the sixth half-century within the final eight innings with KL Rahul's bat. In such a state of affairs, Rahul has grow to be the primary Indian batsman to attain 6 half-centuries within the final eight innings. Let me inform you, this half-century of KL Rahul was the 11th half-century of his worldwide T20 profession.
Back to again half-centuries for @ klrahul11 right here on the Eden Park. This is his 11th in T20Is
– BCCI (@BCCI) January 26, 2020
At the identical time, as KL Rahul scored seven runs for India on this match, he additionally accomplished his 1300 runs in T20 cricket. KL Rahul is the sixth Indian batsman to take action. KL Rahul has finished this feat earlier than Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli, former group captain MS Dhoni, Suresh Raina, Shikhar Dhawan.
The second match of the collection was performed on Sunday during which the New Zealand captain received the toss and determined to bat first. This determination of Kane Williamson proved to be fairly incorrect as the complete group may solely handle 132 runs within the prescribed 20 overs. In response to which, on the premise of KL Rahul and Shreyas Iyer's innings, Team India simply made this match in its title.
NZ vs IND 2nd T20: New Zealand openers created historical past, did this large feat