Ajinkya snubs reacting on criticism; backs himself against the failure

Ajinkya Rahane responds to the ridiculous chatter regarding his departure from red-ball cricket in a conversation with Mr. Boria Majumdar on the show “Backstage with Boria.”

In response to his criticism of his persistent bad performance in Test cricket, Ajinkya Rahane argues that people who know about the sport and stay up with it can never speak like that. In his speech, Ajinkya alluded to reports from across the world that individuals are attempting to demotivate the player and force the management to remove him from the team, to which Ajinkya responded that he prefers to ignore such discussions because he is focused on how to improve his performance.

“I don’t need to prove anyone, that’s not my nature,” Ajinkya Rahana says, avoiding the snide comments of cricket fans around the world and on social media.

Recalling the iconic series win in Australia under Ajinkya Rahane’s captaincy, Rahane says that the people already know what the team has accomplished under his leadership, and that he realises less need to prove himself in front of the critics because he has contributed well enough to earn respect from the cricket fans and the team. Rahane further said that he wouldn’t take credit for things he didn’t do, but that some of his decisions went well, and that the praise was given to’someone else.’

In the forthcoming Ranji Trophy series, Rahane will set his sights on the Mumbai squad, which will be captained by Prithvi Shaw and will contain Sachin Tendulkar’s son Arjun Tendulkar.

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