IND VS SA: Rahul Dravid’s training turned the game, Mayank Agarwal revealed the secret of amazing batting in Centurion
India scored 272 runs on the first day of the Centurion Test, KL Rahul scored a century and Mayank Agarwal scored a half-century.
IND VS SA: Mayank Agarwal told- How did Team India get success on the first day?
Team India reached a strong position on the first day of the first Test against South Africa. Team India scored 272 runs for 3 wickets in 90 overs of the day. KL Rahul scored a brilliant century and Mayank Agarwal scored 60 runs. India batted brilliantly in difficult conditions, the secret of which was told by Mayank Agarwal after the first day’s play. Mayank Agarwal told how head coach Rahul Dravid’s training prepared the batsmen to score more runs. Mayank Agarwal said that the batsmen of his team put the plan on the field in the right way and that is why Team India reached a strong position.
Agarwal said in the press conference after the end of the day’s play, ‘The plan was to remain disciplined throughout and play only those balls which are coming closer to the stumps and leave as many balls going out. We could do this. ,
He said, ‘The credit for scoring 272 runs for three wickets goes to our batting unit, we played a good game. The plan was that whoever gets settled at the crease, he will continue to play and Rahul Bhai did it. ,
‘Team India reached a strong position through partnerships’
Apart from Rahul’s century, partnerships were also important for India. He said, ‘Rahul’s century was important. We played partnerships and that too was important. He partnered with me first and Virat bhai did too and then with Rahane. I hope they continue to do so. He said that the Indian team did a lot of practice sessions before the match on the field and also at the middle wicket to get an idea of â€‹â€‹the conditions. Regarding the impact of new coach Rahul Dravid on the team, he said, “His interaction with the players was about playing with discipline. ,
What is the target of Team India on the second day?
Mayank Agarwal also spoke big on the strategy of the second day. Mayank said, ‘We want to collect as many runs as possible so that we can put ourselves in a good position. Tomorrow the first hour will be crucial. If we do well, we can put pressure on South Africa. He said, ‘Initially there was some moisture, some balls were slipping due to this, but as the day progressed, it got better. ,
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