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The Indian skipper was full of praise for two centurions KL Rahul and Rishabh Pant, who raised visions of an improbable victory for the visitors on the final day.
Once the 204-run sixth wicket stand between Rahul and Pant ended, India tried to hang on for a respectable draw but it was of no avail.
Rishabh Pant scores maiden hundred as India sniff at improbable victory against England in final Test
The second session certainly belonged to Pant, who hit 14 boundaries and three sixes including one over deep mid-wicket off Adil Rashid to complete a well-deserved hundred.
Indian opener KL Rahul took his overnight 46 to 108 not with some dazzling boundaries to illuminate a murky morning.
If 134 runs in 10 innings was the abysmal statistic that the current India skipper had to take back home with him, Rahul has one more chance to make his 150 runs, 9 innings burden slightly lesser.
Indian cricketer KL Rahul met FIFA World Cup winner N'Golo Kante and posted a picture with the Chelsea midfielder on social media.
Where Virat Kohli wants to bat is important: Rohit Sharma on KL Rahul's batting position in England ODIs
Kohli has a phenomenal record batting at No 3 but Rahul has impressed one and all with his performance in the T20 Internationals coming one down.
K. L. Rahul is just behind Australia's opener Aaron Finch and Pakistan's left-handed opener Fakhar Zaman at the third position in the latest ICC T20 rankings.
Dhoni clobbered 22 runs in the final over and lifted India from a precarious 22 for three to 148 for five in testing conditions.
KL Rahul admitted that it has been a rough road for him as far as his place in the limited overs squad is concerned.
Opener KL Rahul smashed his second T20 hundred en route his 54-ball-101 as India comfortably chased the target in 18.2 overs.
India posted a massive 213 for four after being asked to take the first strike and then bundled out Ireland for a mere 70 in 12.3 overs.
Cricketer KL Rahul says he is not dating 'Munna Michael' actress Nidhhi Agerwal.
Opener Murali Vijay (99) and KL Rahul (44) were at the crease with India at 264 for one in 48.4 overs when heavens opened up again.
Shikhar Dhawan gave Afghanistan a rude reality check on what longest format is all about with a first session hundred as ruthless India reached 248 for 1 before heavens opened up.