Rahane also explained how to switch from a captain to a batter and vice versa when playing a dual role in India.
Azinka Rahane has averaged below 25 in the last 15 tests, but isn’t worried about the form as he will be competing India against New Zealand in the absence of Virat Kohli. Rahane acknowledged his focus on contributing to the team, but added that scoring for centuries is not the only way.
“I’m not worried about my form” Rahane In a virtual press interaction on the eve of the Campur test starting November 25, he said: Running 30-40 times or 50-60 times at a critical moment is a very important contribution. “
“I’m always thinking about the team, but never thinking about myself, or” what’s going to happen in the future? “I think I’m very lucky and grateful. I am honored to be able to lead the country. So don’t worry too much about what happens. What will happen there in the future. My focus is to do my best at a particular moment, and that’s what I try. “
Rahane also explained how to switch from a captain to a batter and vice versa when playing a dual role in India. He finally led the team in the absence of Kori during the 2020-21 Border Gabascar Trophy in Australia, with India winning 2-1.
“When I’m batting, I’m not there as a captain. I’m there as a batsman, so I’m just focused on batting and staying at that moment. But my batting is over. , When we’re defensive, the captain starts. It’s just as easy, “he said. “Whenever we keep everything, we need to be clear about what kind of game plan and strategy we have, but whenever I’m hitting it Is all. “
When asked about the impact of KLRahul forced outAlthough the team has already rested several first-choice players, Rahane admitted that they were “missed”, but at the same time was called an “opportunity for young people”.
“We will definitely miss all of these people, but that said, it’s a good opportunity for all young people – helping ourselves. [and] Play freely.Rafuru [Dravid] Bye is actually helping each and every one. This team is to support everyone and play for each other, and as I said, it’s a good opportunity for young people to get out and play tomorrow. “