Rishabh Pant Rapid Fire.
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All Cricketing Actions are sensible as players manage themselves a serious pressure during the match. Here is the same situation with Virat and Rishabh pant while they play for the national team against Australia. While Virat Kohli set himself serious about each of the game he play weather it might be International cricket or it might be IPL.
An aggressive batting style and wicket-keeping skills Rishabh pant says that the one thing that scares him during the match is the anger and seriousness of the skipper Virat Kohli. Pant says “I am not Scared of anyone But Virat Bhaiyya ke gusse se dar lagta hai (I am scared of Virat Kohli’s anger),”. Pant said in a video that was posted by his IPL team Delhi Capitals on their official website.
I am not scared of anyone but I’m scared of #ViratKohli’s anger…but if you make a mistake and someone gets angry with you, it’s good because you only learn from your mistakes: #RishabhPant in a video posted by #DelhiCapitals.
Photo: Rishabh Pant pic.twitter.com/wuUIMo4cwO
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Rishabh Pant has played some aggressive Cricket that makes selectors to make a decision of giving him a chance for wicket keeping for team India after the cool captain MS Dhoni retirement. However Rishabh notice this thing while a game against Australia tour of India, where he conceded a single while attempting a Dhoni-like stumping during the fourth ODI.
Following that sort of Situation on the ground, fans at the Mohali stadium makes slogans “Virat Bhaiyya, Dhoni Ko Bulao” and “Mahi” repeatedly to let the Indian skipper, who was Fielding near to the boundary line, know what they want from Virat Kohli.
In that match, Rishabh Pant missed a clear cut chance to stump Ashton Tuner, tried to be cheeky as he wasted a chance to run-out Alex Carey, and even forced his skipper Virat Kohli to use DRS for a catch, which turned out to be not out. In that game Ashton Turner played a clear winning Inning to his national side, which was his careers best knock.
— The Quint (@TheQuint) March 23, 2019