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KL Rahul to leave the captaincy of Lucknow? Coach Klusner said…

Leader Online Desk: This year's Indian Premier League (IPL) season is in the limelight for reasons other than cricket. The leading name in this is Lucknow Supergiants captain KL Rahul. The owner of this team, Sanjeev Goenka, snared KL Rahul on the field. His act has drawn strong criticism from his fans as well as the legends of the cricket world. Now there is a discussion that KL Rahul will leave the captaincy of the Lucknow team. Many arguments were made about it. Now the team's assistant coach Lance Klusner has disclosed this.

Delhi Capitals vs Lucknow Supergiants match. Lucknow suffered a humiliating defeat in this match. After this, many arguments were made about the manner in which Lucknow franchise owner Sanjeev Goenka interacted with KL Rahul. In the last two matches, there was talk that Rahul might step down as captain and replace him with Nicholas Pooran.

Whether Rahul quits or accepts the captaincy….

At a press conference on Tuesday, Lucknow Supergiants assistant coach Lance Klusner said there has been no discussion on whether KL Rahul will step down as captain. There is no problem in the conversation between Sanjeev Goenka and KL Rahul. We like to speak clearly. This improves the performance of teams. It's not a big deal for us. He also said that whether Rahul leaves the captaincy or even accepts the captaincy, he would like to end the season with the batting by giving the best answers.

KL Rahul has his own unique style, which makes him an outstanding cricketer. This IPL is tough for him because we kept losing wickets, he didn't get a chance to play freely. Rahul wanted to score one or two centuries this season, but it was not possible. He also expressed his belief that I think he will play a big game soon.
Lucknow's team is also at the seventh position with 12 points. Delhi and RCB are still out of the top four teams. Rahul and his team have five days to practice before the next match.

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