Mumbai: Under pressure after two back-to-back failures, India's opening batsman Ajinkya Rahane said he learnt from his mistakes to come good in the third game of the five-match ODI series against England in Mohali.
"My performances in the first two matches were bad and I was a little upset. I did not want to repeat the same mistakes. I had spoken to Mahi (captain M S Dhoni) and the coach (Duncan Fletcher) and they told me to play my natural game that had got me runs in the recent past," said Rahane on the eve of the fourth ODI here.
Rahane notched up a man-of-the-match winning knock of 91 from 106 balls and also put on a stand of 79 runs with Parthiv Patel to lay the foundation for India's successful run-chase of 299 runs which gave the hosts an unassailable 3-0 lead in the series.