New Zealand batsman Rachin Ravindra has impressed one and all with his brilliant performances in the ongoing ODI World Cup 2023. He recently smashed his second century f the tournament during Saturday’s narrow defeat by Australia at Dharamsala.
Rachin Ravindra announced himself at the biggest stage with his maiden century in New Zealand’s victory over defending champions England before making half-centuries against the Netherlands and India.
Rachin Ravindra played a brilliant knock of 89-ball 116 against Australia to take his tally in the tournament to 406 runs and gave his team a fighting chance before they fell to a five-run defeat chasing 389 in the highest-scoring match in World Cup history.
His stellar innings of 116 runs in the faceoff against Australia further solidified his reputation as a rising star in the world of cricket. Ravindra became the second player after legendary Sachin Tendulkar to record multiple World Cup tons before turning 24.
Rachin Ravindra’s Girlfriend Premila Shared A Beautiful Post After His 2nd ODI Ton
Meanwhile, as Rachin Ravindra achieved this milestone, Rachin Ravindra’s girlfriend took to his social media and and shared a heartfelt post that resonated with fans worldwide.
In her heartfelt post, Premila expressed her pride and joy as she expressed her admiration for Rachin’s remarkable feat. She lauded his determination, hard work and dedication towards the sport.
Check out her viral post:
Meanwhile, Rachin also said that he is exceeding his own expectations at the World Cup. When asked whether he had performed better than he expected to in the showpiece, he said:
“Yeah, I guess you probably look at it at the start and be obviously grateful to be here and how things have worked out,”
He added: “As a kid you always dream of the crowd chanting your name and it was cool to see them do that on multiple occasions even when the Australians were batting and also when Jimmy Neesham did his thing at the end,” Ravindra said. “I think it’s always special, you soak in those moments and hopefully never really take them for granted.”