Team India qualified for the Super Four stage by defeating Hong Kong by 40 runs in the Asia Cup encounter on August 31 (Wednesday)

Asia Cup 

Indian opening batter KL Rahul continues to struggle with form despite India claiming back-to-back wins in the Asia Cup. 

Rahul's poor form

The right-handed batter played a sluggish knock of 36 runs in 39 balls against Hong Kong and secured an unwanted record in the process. 

Sluggish Knock

Rahul registered his slowest-ever knock in T20Is in which he has batted for at least 30 balls. 


The right-handed batter registered an abysmal strike rate of 92.30 against Hong Kong on Wednesday. 


Rahul's second slowest T20I knock came against New Zealand when he scored 57 runs in 50 balls. 

New Zealand 

The right-handed batter's next slowest innings is of 47 runs in 40 against Zimbabwe. 


Against Sri Lanka, Rahul played a knock of 61 runs in 48 balls at a strike rate of 127.08.

Sri Lanka

Rahul's fifth slowest innings in T20Is is against Australia when he scored 51 runs in 40 balls at a strike rate of 127.50


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