IND vs ZIM: After the series win, KL Rahul revealed, said - this player's batting had increased the heartbeat

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Newz Fast, New Delhi: After the series win, Team India's captain KL Rahul praised his players fiercely and also told about a Zimbabwean player who raised his heartbeat in this match.

Team India won the third ODI against Zimbabwe by 13 runs. With this match, Team India also cleaned up this series.

This match between both the teams was played at Harare Sports Club. After the series win, Team India's captain KL Rahul praised his players and also told about a player from Zimbabwe who raised his heartbeat in this match.

KL Rahul gave a big statement
KL Rahul managed to win the series for Team India for the first time as a captain. After the series win, KL Rahul said, 'It feels good to win the series, we came here with a good idea.

We wanted to finish the match early, but Zimbabwe batted brilliantly, especially with Sikandar Raza at the crease. I am tired of coming back to the team after months. But we all want to play for Team India.

Praising young batsman Shubman Gill, KL Rahul said, 'Shubman Gill has been batting well since IPL.

He looks very attractive while batting, his confidence is also amazing. For this, restraint is required, it shows that they too have a good nature.

Team equals big record
Pakistan holds the record of winning most matches against Zimbabwe in 50 over format. In the 50 over format of the Pakistan team, so far Zimbabwe has been defeated in 54 matches.

Team India has equaled this record with this win. Team India has also now defeated Zimbabwe in 54 matches.

Team India's dominance in the entire series
Team India started the series by defeating Zimbabwe by 10 wickets in the first match. At the same time, in the second match too, Team India's great game continued and defeated Zimbabwe by 5 wickets.

In the last match of the same series, Indian captain KL Rahul won the toss and elected to bat first and India set a target of 290 runs to win against Zimbabwe. In response, Zimbabwe's team was all out for 276 runs in 49.3 overs despite the century of Sikandar Raza (115 runs).

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