Cricket News: Former cricketer of the Indian cricket team, compared Pant to AB de Villiers and Gilchrist, saying: taking the risk is the biggest strength of Rishabh Pant.
The Indian cricket team has recently beaten the England cricket team 2–1 in the series of 3 ODIs. In this, young wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant got a chance to play two ODIs.
In which he played a half-century in both matches while batting rapidly. Rishabh convinced many legendary players from both these innings.
Meanwhile, former India cricketer Aakash Chopra described young Rishabh Pant as a special player and said that he takes risks and this is his biggest strength.
He is playing his shots with a risk in constant matches and this style makes him a special cricketer.
At the same time, Aakash Chopra compared Rishabh Pant to former South African legend AB de Villiers and former Australian cricketer Adam Gilchrist.
Aakash Chopra said that Rishabh Pant’s style of playing cricket also resembles AB de Villiers and Adam Gilchrist.
Both of them play cricket with little risk. When Rishabh Pant plays shots in the air, he definitely delivers outside the boundary.
The former India cricketer further said that of course, Rishabh Pant could not score a century in the ODI series against England.
But he presented a great batting scene. In the third ODI, he was promoted and sent to bat at number four.
While he always came to bat at number five. When he came on the field, at that time, India had fallen three consecutive wickets one by one.
During that time, the Indian team’s innings were seen faltering. In such a situation, Rishabh Pant handled the Indian innings and also took many excellent shots.
It seemed that the Indian team would reach a score of 370 but Josh Butler caught his best catch. Pant felt that he was not ready to play shots.
I wholeheartedly hoped that Rishabh Pant would score a century but it did not happen though he batted very well.
In the three-match ODI series against the England cricket team, Rishabh Pant scored a total of 155 runs in two innings of ODIs with an impressive strike rate of 152.
While Rishabh Pant was not included in the playing XI of the first ODI. But as soon as he got a chance in the second match, he played a brilliant knock of 77 runs in 40 balls. He then played a brilliant innings of 78 runs on 62 balls in the third match.