KL Rahul drops a message of hope during his road to recovery

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Indian batting ace KL Rahul, who was announced as the stand-in skipper by the Board of Control for Cricket in India(BCCI) during five-match T20I had sustained an injury. It occurred just a day before the 1st T20I game and he was ruled out of the series. He previously revealed the injury could not keep him down as he hit the gym in order to make a strong comeback. He once took to his social media account and dropped another motivating message while recovering from the injury.

KL Rahul is counting on the blessings

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Rahul reported to the National Cricket Academy (NCA) where the medical team assessed the batter and it was decided he would not go to England for the rescheduled fifth Test.

The batter is in the right frame of mind as he shared his pictures. “Count your blessings”, K.L. Rahul captioned the social media post.

Rahul will be flying to Germany for the treatment of his groin injury. The cricketer will be missing out on the assignment for Team India for the important Test game scheduled against England. The Men in Blue will leave for the UK later this month to lock horns in a one-off Test match, followed by three T20Is and as many ODIs.

Team India arrived in England on June 16 to kick off the England tour. India will lock horns with England for the rescheduled fifth Test at Old Trafford starting on July 1.

The rescheduled fifth Test is counted as the fifth match of India’s 2021 series in England, which the visitors lead by 2-1. The fifth Test was postponed at the last minute following a Covid-19 outbreak in 2021.

When do you think KL Rahul will make his way back into the team? Sound off in the comment section below.

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