Fans feel that Rahane has better replaced Kohli as the test captain

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  • Recently poll conducted, fans were asked if Ajinkya Rahane would make a better Test captain than Virat Kohli
  • With the responses cumulating to 16170 respondents, 79% voted for YES! 
  • Going as per popular public demand, the team should now look out for this option more wisely
  • The fans were all gaga post India’s victory in the Boxing Day Test against Australia. The praise was all worth it as the viewers were disappointed as the team scored an all time low score during the previous match in Adelaide. The team had lost the series opener inside three days and thus, this win was quite an impressive one.
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  • The team missed its legends like Virat Kohli who is on paternity leave and Mohammad Shami who missed the match as he as injured. The audience thus found the chances of the team bouncing back really bleak. Michael Vaughan reiterated his prediction of a 0-4 loss for India and Shane Warne announced that Australia would definitely blow away India just like the previous test.
  • Here came in Ajinkya Rahane who not only acted as a saviour for the team but also scored a fantastic match defining century to bring the charm to the game back. He was seen managing the resources brilliantly on the field that the Australians were defeated inside four days as India levelled the four match series 1-1. 
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  • Rahane led the team flawlessly and displayed great field settings along with brilliant bowling changes even after the Indian team lost Umesh Yadav to injury during the second innings. Rahane has a 100% captaincy record so far in Tests as the team won all three Tests where he has been stand in captain.
  • Apart from Rahane, the audience also was excited about the performance of debutant players Shubman Gill and Mohammed Siraj. But Mayank Agarwal’s performance was still a major concern for the team. 
  • As per a recent poll conducted, fans were asked if Ajinkya Rahane would make a better Test captain than Virat Kohli. With the responses cumulating to 16170 respondents, 79% voted for YES! Going as per popular public demand, the team should now look out for this option more wisely.

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