One day after Sanjiv Goenka’s outburst, Naveen-ul-Haq ignites the LSG problem with a beautiful gesture of KL Rahul.

At the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium on Wednesday, the Lucknow Super Giants suffered a humiliating 10-wicket loss to the Dafabet. Following the difficult defeat against the Orange Army, LSG captain KL Rahul has become depressingly quiet. Sanjeev Goenka, the owner of LSG, was saddened by the loss and took a stern stand against Rahul for the team’s mediocre performance.

But Goenka was under fire from the supporters for publicly schooling Rahul, which was a result of his actions against the player. Nevertheless, since the team’s disastrous loss to the Sunrisers, LSG’s social media presence has been inactive, with just a single sincere statement announcing a promised return.

Right-hand bowler Naveen-Ul-Haq of the Super Giants spoke out in favor of KL Rahul on social media amidst the quiet on the platform by sharing a touching photo of the latter on Instagram. Naveen ended up just using the heart emoji as the description and only allowed a small number of comments on the post. Given the uproar, Naveen’s post appears to have been a show of support for KL Rahul given its timeliness.

KL Rahul remarked that he was at a loss for words after giving up the match. The batting prowess of Rummy openers Travis Head and Abhishek Sharma, who made a farce of the run chase, was also praised by him.

“I have no idea what to say. We’ve seen that caliber of batting on television. I mean, this batting is insane. Everything appeared to locate the bat’s center. Bravo for their talents. Their six-hitting abilities are the result of much practice. They refused to let us know what role the pitch had in the second inning. Rahul said, “It was difficult to stop them as they teed off from ball one.”

After losing early wickets in the powerplay, Rahul thought the team was 40–50 runs short. In difficult circumstances, he supported Ayush Badoni and Nicholas Pooran in maintaining the team’s sport.

“After you are losing, decisions you make become questionable. We needed 40–50 more runs. We were unable to get any momentum in the powerplay after we lost wickets. We reached 166 thanks to solid batting from Ayush (Badoni) and Nicky (Nicholas Pooran). However, he noted, “They might have pursued it even if we had received 240.