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Ajinkya Rahane: Angry with critics for slow batting, said – talk only about special people

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Rahane and Pujara’s slow batting in the second Test against England was criticized a lot. “Everything inspires me and I am not bothered by criticism,” Rahane said. “I’m glad people are talking about it,” he said.

Rahane says that he has played so much cricket that he knows what suits the interests of the Indian team. Laughing at the criticism being received on social media, Rahane said that only ‘important people’ are talked about.

Rahane scored 61 off 146 balls, while Pujara scored 45 off 206 balls and added 100 runs in nearly 50 overs during their partnership. Rahane said before the third Test starting on Wednesday, ‘I am happy that people are talking about me. I’ve always assumed that people talk about important people, so I’m more concerned about that. It is about contributing to the team.
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Asked if critics inspire him, Rahane said, “Everything inspires me. Playing for the country motivates me. I am not bothered by criticism.”

Pujara took 35 balls to open the account at Lord’s, but his and Rahane’s slow batting did not hurt India and the team managed to win by 151 runs. Rahane said about the win, ‘I am satisfied with the way I played.
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When asked about his interaction with Pujara during the innings, Rahane said that he was only talking about existence. Rahane said, ‘Cheteshwar and I have been playing together for a long time, we know how to deal with pressure. “I’m not talking about things that are out of our control,” he said.

None of the current players in the Indian team have experience of playing at Headingley, but Rahane said the players in the team are not worried about it. Rahane said, ‘It is not challenging. When you are in rhythm you have to maintain it and believe in yourself. I don’t see any problem playing at Headingley.

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