We'll keep backing Rahul, says Bangar

HYDERABAD: Ajinkya Rahane's form used to be much debated going into the second Test in opposition to the West Indies however the Indian vice-captain acquitted himself neatly with an unbeaten 75 on the second day, while opener KL Rahul fell sufferer to cobwebs in his thoughts.

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The opener dragged a Jason Holder delivery directly to his stumps while shaping to go away it on Saturday. India's batting coach Sanjay Bangar came out in Rahul's defence, despite the fact that. "Today's dismissal wasn't related to the ball coming in. Yes, he has had issues with balls coming in to him, he's working on it really hard. If he gets out after passing 20 or 25, then it is more serious cause of concern. From my point of view, what is more important is he is concentrating. Second roadblock is he has to get a start. If he falters, then it's a concern," Bangar stated.


Is Rahul looking to get too technical? "The most important thing is there are various voices and then you start to doubt your own methods. If you look at his career from 2014 till now, he has had very small patches where has not got runs. So when such a patch comes, it's very important for the team that his mind is not clouded. That can happen pretty soon at this level when you start to doubt your abilities and methods. I don't think there is too much of a technical fault," Bangar explained.


Bangar, then again, refused to be drawn right into a debate if Rahul's form will brighten the chance of some other opener being fielded Down Under. "His contributions have come overseas and his contributions even in India are in difficult occasions. The collection in opposition to Australia used to be one of the hard-fought collection. In the domestic calendar in the closing couple of years he used to be very constant.


"So for a participant of that quality and where he is at this second, he has got a protracted occupation ahead of him. He is part of all other codecs as neatly. So from a crew management's viewpoint, we can again avid gamers who're capable of winning suits and affect avid gamers who can alternate the course of a match for us."


West Indies performed much smarter than they did in Rajkot, Bangar stated. "As compared to Rajkot, they put in reality smart fields, choice of barriers were lesser, they made us work harder for runs. It used to be a sport of endurance. They were looking ahead to us to devote mistakes. And batsmen were looking ahead to the loose balls," he stated. The Indian batting coach used to be additionally all reward for Prithvi Shaw.
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