WATCH : Brilliant Mind of Judgement by KL Rahul to save India’s DRS

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Bangladesh displayed remarkable resilience after losing four wickets for just 59 runs against India during their final Asia Cup match at the R Premadasa Stadium. Captain Shakib Al Hasan and Towhid Hridoy formed a steadfast partnership, crossing the century mark, and steadily gaining momentum. Meanwhile, Rohit Sharma tried various tactics to break this partnership.

However, despite the mounting pressure, the Indian team, led by wicket-keeper batsman KL Rahul, maintained their composure. Rahul’s calm and composed demeanor shone through, particularly in a noteworthy incident during the 25th over, earning him praise within the cricketing community.

In a face-off between Ravindra Jadeja and the opposition’s captain, the second ball of Jadeja’s over sharply turned into the southpaw batsman, Shakib. Shakib, caught off guard on his backfoot, found himself with limited room as the ball grazed his thigh, sparking a vigorous appeal from the fielding side.

While the umpire remained unmoved, Jadeja and his captain Rohit Sharma contemplated using one of their two reviews. However, KL Rahul calmly expressed his perspective to them, persuading them not to go for the review. Subsequent replays revealed that both the impact and striking point concerning the stumps fell within the umpire’s call, validating the 31-year-old’s judgment.

Since his return from injury and consistent involvement in the Men in Blue’s Asia Cup matches, Rahul has made a habit of offering insightful opinions on the Decision Review System (DRS), greatly benefiting his team. This led Twitter users to draw parallels between Rahul’s DRS expertise and that of the legendary MS Dhoni, whose reputation in this aspect still resonates.

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