KL Rahul, the captain of the Lucknow Super Giants (LSG), has been having trouble scoring runs for a time. His recent performance in international cricket has brought him to the attention of his detractors and supporters. KL Rahul was once again out of the game in the most recent IPL game between the Delhi Capitals and Lucknow Super Giants, scoring just 8 runs off of 12 balls. Chetan Sakariya, a DC pacer, caught the LSG captain with a slower pitch, which he hit straight to square-leg fielder Axar Patel.
Rahul was viciously teased on social media when his rusty knock came to an end.
KL Rahul Scored Eight Runs on Twelve Balls!
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KN Lokesh and Rajeshwari welcomed Rahul into the world on April 18, 1992 in Bangalore.
At the National Institute of Technology Karnataka (NITK) in Mangalore, his father Lokesh is a professor and a former director. Professor Rajeshwari, his mother, teaches at Mangalore University. Sunil Gavaskar enthusiast Lokesh wanted to name his baby after the cricketer, but he thought Rohan Gavaskar’s name was Rahul. Rahul was raised in Mangalore and attended St. Aloysius College for his pre-university studies before NITK English Medium School for his high school education. At the age of 10, he began his cricket training. Two years later, he began competing for both his club in Mangalore and Bangalore United Cricket Club.