IND vs ENG: KL Rahul opened Raj, why do you celebrate in a special way after century?


New Delhi: In the second ODI between India and England (IND vs ENG), Team India batsman KL Rahul (KL Rahul) got to see the glow. Not only his brilliant batting but also his way of celebrating, he attracted the attention of every cricket fan.

KL Rahul’s century

Indian batsman KL Rahul played a century in this match against England. He scored 108 runs in 114 balls which included 7 fours and 2 sixes. He helped Team India score 336/6 in 50 overs thanks to his 5th century.

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Amazing celebration of KL Rahul

After scoring a century in the second ODI against England, KL Rahul closed the first eye and kept the fingers of both his hands near the ears. Many cricket fans wanted to know why Rahul is doing this. However, this secret was revealed after the Indian innings was over.

KL Rahul opened the secret

KL Rahul said, ‘This (celebration) was meant to silence the noise, it was not meant to insult anyone. There are some people who try to demean you, many times they do not need to pay attention to them. So this message was to eliminate noise. When we and Virat were batting, we needed around 300 runs. Glad to see this score.

Rahul has celebrated this way before too

KL Rahul (KL Rahul) celebrated this in December 2019 against West Indies after scoring a century in Visakhapatnam ODI. Then Ian Bishop asked what is the reason behind this. When Rahul replied, he said, I will keep it secret.


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