Indian Batsman and Part-time Wicket-Keeper KL Rahul turned 28 today. On his birthday, cricketers overwhelmed with warm wishes and told him to stay at home.
Here are some of the wishes for the him by his teammates:
Star Off spinner Ravichandran Ashwin took to twitter and wrote, “Many more happy returns of the day @klrahul11, May you have the best of quarantine days before you return to smacking the balls.”
All rounder Hardik Pandya wished him on his official Instagram handle by writing, ““Happy birthday brotherman…Always got your back. “
Test opener Mayank Agarwal also wished the Indian batsman on his birthday on Twitter by writing, “Many happy returns of the day Dost @rahulkl May this year bring you more happiness, health and success. Can’t wait to have a little crazy and fun.”
“Happy birthday @klrahul11 bro, have a great one,” India’s limited overs opener, Shikhar Dhawan tweeted.
Team India’s wicket-keeper batsman Wriddhiman Saha also wished him and wrote: “Happy Birthday @klrahul11 !! Lots of love and good-wishes bro. #happybirthday #klrahul,” on his Twitter account.
Lokesh Rahul made his first-class cricket debut for Karnataka in the 2010–11 season. In the same season, he represented his country at the 2010 ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup, where he scored a total of 143 runs. He made his debut in the Indian Premier League in the year 2013, for Royal Challengers Bangalore. During the domestic season of 2013-14, he was the second-highest scorer after scoring 1,033 first-class runs.
Rahul started playing on international level in the year 2014 during India’s tour of Australia and scored his maiden Test century in his very second Test match. During his ODI Debut, he became the first Indian to score a century on One Day International debut, and became the third Indian to score a century in all three formats of international cricket.