Arjun Tendulkar castles the Indian top-order batsman in the nets
KL Rahul has been at the centre stage in the ongoing England tour ever since he smashed the century in the first T20 International. But the talented cricketer has failed to replicate a similar kind of form since then. He also played in the first Test of the five-match series but looked completely out of sorts against the swinging ball. His woes continued to increase in the nets also as he was castled by Arjun Tendulkar at Lord’s.
Ahead of the second Test match, the visitors were training hard in the nets to level the series after losing the enthralling Edgbaston game by a close margin of 31 runs. Arjun is bowling at the batsmen to make them feel comfortable while facing Sam Curran who bamboozled the top-order with his left-arm seam bowling last week.
According to Mumbai Mirror, KL Rahul failed to read a corker of a delivery from Arjun, who bowls at a decent pace, which uprooted his stumps. The young man apologetically walked towards the batsman to take the ball back as Rahul regained his composure soon to applaud Arjun and said ‘well bowled’.
Article Source : Mumbai Mirror