IND vs NZ Tests: Cheteshwar Pujara has supported Ajinkya Rahane. That Rahane would be able to recover from his recent poor luck. In the next New Zealand Test series. Ajinkya has had a dismal time with the willow for two years from now. Prior to this year, amid the Test series in England. Rahane oversaw 109 runs in seven innings. At a terrible average of 15.57. Despite the fact that Virat Kohli has been rested. In the first Test, Rahane will be in charge of the team. The match against the Kiwis in Kanpur begins on November 25. And then Asked about Rahane’s extended lean spell. While Pujara asserted that he was just one inning away from striking form.
“He is a great player. There are times where a player goes through a tough time. That’s part of this game. There will be ups and downs. But I feel he is a confident player, he is someone who works hard on his game. I am very sure that he is just one inning away. Once he gets a big score or a big hundred, he will be back in form,” Cheteshwar Pujara said.
IND vs NZ Tests, Cheteshwar Pujara added that Ajinkya Rahane has looked in good touch. Also, in the nets and needs to convert that into runs out in the middle.
“He has been working hard in the nets, I have seen the way he has been batting. He is in good touch and hoping that he will score big runs in this series,” Pujara said.
Moreover, Rahane has 644 runs in 27 Test innings for an average of 24.76 runs. Since the beginning of 2020 and for the next Test series against New Zealand. Cheteshwar Pujara has been selected vice-captain of the team.
“The added responsibility is good sometimes. It can work in your favor because you can share your experience of what a youngster can do. Mainly, even as a player, if I am not a vice-captain, I always try and share my experiences. So the responsibility,” Pujara said.
“Yes, I am vice-captain, but the ultimate focus is about the Indian team, the way we can move forward. There is another Test championship going on, so we would like to be on top and try and get as many points as possible,” Cheteshwar Pujara added.