Published:August 1, 2017 5:42 pm
India opener KL Rahul started off his follow in the nets on Tuesday following missing the to start with Examination match against Sri Lanka owing to viral fever but chief mentor Ravi Shastri selected to preserve silent on Rahul’s collection in the crew for the second Examination, setting up on Thursday in Colombo.
“Rahul is (executing) very good. We are looking at him carefully. He went through some tricky instances and he was in the hospital for 2-3 days. Certainly, it has taken a ton out of him. So we have to be incredibly careful how we treat him, we are looking at him incredibly carefully and he is receiving much better by the working day,” Shastri explained for the duration of media interaction forward of the second Examination against Sri Lanka.
Like skipper Virat Kohli, Shastri is also focusing on obtaining a very good bench strength, with Rahul receiving healthy for the second Examination and Abhinav Mukund demonstrating some variety with the bat in the first Examination match.
“When I have very good bench strength, it is incredibly very good. When there is competition for locations even much better since that’s healthier competition and a very good headache to have. Where you know if another person is injured another person else is completely ready and that is across all formats.
“It is incredibly very good but preferably you want your core crew to be healthy and on the park as usually as feasible,” Shastri concluded.