Blood flowed from the Pak batsman’s face on Jadeja’s ball, then KL Rahul won the hearts of fans in this way.

India got off to a great start and won the Super 4 match against Pakistan by a historic 228 runs. In that game, in the 21st over of Pakistan’s innings, their batsman Salman Ali Agha got injured while trying to play a sweep shot on a ball from Jadeja. The ball hit Salman’s bat and hit him straight on his face, quickly drawing blood from under his eye.

Salman Ali Aga seemed to be in a lot of pain during this time but in the meantime, Indian wicketkeeper Lokesh Rahul immediately went to him and tried to stop the bleeding. Rahul has definitely won the hearts of fans with this move. After Salman’s injury, the physiotherapist provided him with the necessary treatment.

After the game started again, Salman started playing with a helmet. However, he did not achieve any special performance with the bat. Salman was dismissed lbw by Kuldeep Yadav with his personal score of 23 and sent to the pavilion.

After being fully fit, KL Rahul returned to international cricket after about six months of playing this game. By scoring the sixth century of his ODI career in this important match against Pakistan, he also proved to everyone that he is fit. After that, Rahul did an excellent job in taking up the wicketkeeping responsibility while fielding, also taking a brilliant catch from Mohammad Rizwan. Now the Indian team will play their next Super 4 match against Sri Lanka on September 13 at the R Premadasa Stadium in Colombo.

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