“Say this without lying” – Twitter reacts after Gautam Gambhir said LSG are lucky to have KL Rahul as captain

KL Rahul is currently part of the ongoing Border Gavaskar Trophy series against Australia. The Bengaluru-born cricketer failed to bring the best out of himself in the first two games and was subsequently dropped for the third Test in Indore.

Despite the fact that he has been performing badly, the Indian team management chaired by Rahul Dravid has been constantly backing the cricketer. It remains to be seen whether or not he will be back into the mix for the fourth Test.

Australia won the third Test by nine wickets and made a bold statement that they are still alive in the series. With this win, they have qualified for the second cycle of the ICC World Test Championship final.


On the other hand, India have to win the fourth Test anyhow to confirm their spot in the WTC final. The fourth Test between India and Australia will be held on March 9 (Thursday) at Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad.

LSG are lucky to have KL Rahul as captain: Gautam Gambhir

Meanwhile, former Indian cricketer, Gautam Gambhir reserved the highest respect for Lokesh Rahul. The LSG mentor added that the team is quite fortunate to have KL Rahul as captain.

Speaking on the same lines, he further added that KL Rahul has a very stable head, an essential quality that is very important in this competitive era. Furthermore, Gambhir echoed that he wishes that he could have had a stable head since he was too extreme as a skipper during his playing days.


Lucknow Super Giants made their entry into the Indian Premier League in the previous campaign. KL Rahul led the Lucknow-based franchise from the front and drew plaudits for his captaincy.

Under his captaincy, Lucknow Super Giants qualified for the playoffs by finishing third on the IPL 2022 points table. Needless to say, they lacked the killer instinct while playing against Royal Challengers Bangalore in the Eliminator. As a result, they were knocked out of the competition.


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