The Indian opener KL Rahul though missed out for a century in the last test he played against Sri Lanka but he got up with a record of most number of consecutive half centuries to his name
KL Rahul is in the peak of his for and is leaving no chances behind to perform and prove his dominance in the world cricket; this person has registered his name in the hearts of billions of cricketing fans all over the world
KL Rahul scored his seventh half-century on Saturday as he was dismissed for 85, which came off 135 balls and eight boundaries against Sri Lanka. Rahul was also involved in a robust 188-run stand for the first wicket with Shikhar Dhawan, but only the latter went on to get to triple figures.
Rahul began with scores of 64 and 10 at Pune in the first Test, made 90 and 51 at his hometown in Bengaluru, scored 67 at Ranchi and finished the series with scores of 60 and 51 not out in Dharamsala.
The second Test of the ongoing India-Sri Lanka series saw KL Rahul once again falling after a half-century, when he was dismissed for 57 in India’s only innings. Rahul had missed the opening match of the series due to illness, which prevented him from travelling from Galle from Colombo.