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“KL Rahul knew the practice game is being telecasted,” Twitterati reacts as batter smashes half-century in just 27 balls in a warmup game against Australia

KL Rahul scored 57 runs in 33 balls against Australia in the warmup game.

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Fans on Twitter praised Indian opener, KL Rahul, for his fierce innings against Australia in the warmup game at the Gabba in Brisbane. They urged him to play with the same pace in the main matches and take him, team, off the flyer in the T20 World Cup 2022.

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KL Rahul scores 57 runs in 33 balls against Australia in the warmup fixture 

India is currently locking horns with Australia in the warmup game ahead of their opening encounter ahead against Pakistan on October 23rd. The visitors were asked to bat first and it was an exhibition of high-class batting by KL Rahul.

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Opening the batting, the right-hander took his team off the flyer and played fluent innings of 57 runs in 33 balls and made almost everyone applaud with his staggering stroke play.

Rahul outshined Rohit Sharma as when he was on 43 runs, the skipper was yet to open his account. He went from the ball 1 and smashed Australian bowlers all over the park. The Indian vice-captain brought up his fifty in just 27 balls.

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Rahul played with a strike rate of 172.73 and his innings was laced with 4 fours and 3 sixes. He also stitched 78 runs partnership with Rohit Sharma (15) and helped his side start the innings on high.

Fans on Twitter react after KL Rahul smashed 27-ball fifty in a warmup game against Australia 

As KL Rahul smashed the fiery fifty for India, fans on Twitter praised him and were happy that he played with a good strike rate. They lauded him for playing with intent and also urged him to play in the same way during the main games. Here are some of the reactions:

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