Rahane keen to convert his starts into big scores
Mumbai-based batsman Ajinkya Rahane is in silken touch with the willow, but the India batsman is disappointed at not being able to capitalise on his starts
New Delhi: Ajinkya Rahane is in silken touch with the willow, but the India batsman is not yet satisfied.
Though Rahane's 56-ball 45 knock helped India register a comfortable six-wicket win in the third ODI against England on Saturday, the Mumbai-based batsman was disappointed at not being able to capitalise on his start once again.
"To be honest, I too am wondering why this is happening with me and that too, so often. I think I need to make a conscious effort to bat very tight once I reach that stage of my innings.
Saying that, I also need to ensure I don't stop scoring completely and keep the run-flow going.
I generally have a good concentration level and the lapses don't happen often. This is a very strange phase for me," Rahane told BCCI's official website.