“I have no worries about my form. My job is to contribute as much as I can to my team, ”Rahane said
Ajinkya Rahane responds to questions regarding her poor form. He was responding to questions from reporters ahead of the India-New Zealand Test. Rahane has argued that he is not worried about his form and that his contribution in every Test is not just a Test century.
Ajinkya Rahane, who averages 19 from 11 Tests this year, said even a “30, 40 or 50 runs” from a specialist top order would be an acceptable contribution if the team wins.
“I have no worries about my form. My job is to contribute as much as I can to my team. Donation does not mean you have to score 100 in every game. Scores of 30, 40 and 50 are an important contribution to every innings, ”Rahane said before the first Test against New Zealand.
Rahane has made it clear to questions about his future career that he is not worried about it at all.
“I do not worry too much about what’s going to happen in the future. Everything that happens in the future will happen and I must continue in this moment to give my best in that particular moment, ”Rahane said.
“When I bat, my focus is only on batting, stay in the moment. It’s as simple as that. When we are fielding, I think we have what kind of game plans and strategies we have, ”Rahane said.
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