Indian cricketer Ajinkya Rahane says that he was disappointed by not joining the team in the ICC World Cup 2019, but he said That I believe in moving forward. Rahane was the No. 4 batsman in the 2015 World Cup. Many cricket pundits played bets in his name several times. The Indian team has been struggling with the number 4 position problem continuously since the 2015 World Cup. Many veterans recommended his name for this batting position many times, but he could not get a chance at this number.
Ajinkya Rahane said in an interview to India Today, "It has also been my dream to play in the World Cup in private, but I was disappointed not to be selected in the team, but it was important for me to move forward." Rahane made his county debut. He became the first Indian to play for Hampshire and hit a brilliant century in a debut match.
He said, "I learned a lot when I played county cricket for two months. It is true that it was my dream to be in the World Cup team, but I take everything positively. I thought that now I should prepare for the next World Cup. ”
Ajinkya Rahane is not a regular when it comes to shorter formats, but he was included in the team in the two-Test series against the West Indies. He said, "He will have the chance to force people to watch his game."
He said, "Life goes ahead even after the World Cup, there are challenges. The World Test Championship is on the way. I am thinking of contributing to that. That's how I will move forward. "Rahane said," Whenever I get an opportunity to play ODI or T20, I will work hard. I am glad that people notice my game and they think I can play limited overs cricket well. ”