Ajinkya Rahane realizes after the India wait Melbourne test was very special
Ajinkya Rahane, who captained the Indian cricket team from the Boxing Day match after the embarrassing defeat of the first Test played in Adelaide on the tour of Australia, said that his century in the second Test played in Melbourne will be very special because it will make the series The path to victory opened. However, after scoring 112 runs in the Boxing Day Test, it was said that the century innings played at Lord’s ground (17 July 2014) is the best innings of his career.
The 32-year-old said he did not know about the importance of Melbourne’s own innings, which laid the foundation for India’s 2–1 series win against Australia. Rahane told Sports Today, ‘It is important for me that when I score runs, the team wins. I think she is something really special to me. For me, winning Test matches and series is a priority rather than an achievement. ‘
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‘Yes, Melbourne Test was really special’
He said, ‘But yes, the Melbourne Test century was really special. I said in Melbourne that Lord’s century is the most special for me, but many people told me that Melbourne’s century innings was better than Lord’s. Rahane said, ‘I didn’t know how to behave on this. But now I realize, given the circumstances after the Adelaide Test match, Melbourne was really important for the Test series and yes, I felt that Melbourne’s innings was really special. ‘
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After the Adelaide Test, Virat and Shami were unable to play in the series.
The Indian team was all out for 36 in their second innings of the Test in Adelaide and Australia won the match by eight wickets to take a 1-0 lead in the four-match Border-Gavaskar series. After this, captain Virat Kohli was on Paternity Leave while Mohammed Shami returned home after getting injured. Rahane led the team brilliantly by playing a century in the absence of these two experienced players.