Looking Ugly While Leaving Deliveries Is No Issue For Mayank
The Times of India Mumbai|December 04, 2021
Mumbai: Ever since he burst on the scene in 2018 against Australia in the Boxing Day Test at MCG, Mayank Agarwal has scored a bucketful of runs (two double hundreds) at home but has struggled to replicate his form abroad and as a consequence, lost his place in the team.
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Luck too deserted him in England earlier this year as he was ruled out with a concussion after copping a blow to his head in the nets against Mohammed Siraj.

With regular opener Rohit Sharma opting to take a break, the 30-year-old came into the spotlight yet again against New Zealand. Agarwal disappointed in the first Test at Kanpur as he was dismissed in both innings while attempting to play away from his body.

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