Funny moment appeared during Gabba Test; Rishabh Pant asks for DRS, Rohit laughs out

Rishabh Pant asks for DRS, Rohit laughs out

Rishabh Pant asks for DRS, Rohit laughs out (Pic Source : Twitter)

Rishabh Pant never leaves a chance to entertain the fans whether it is with batting or through commenting behind the stumps. His heroic performance in the Sydney Test was worth remembering as he has played like a saviour for the Indian Team. His knock of 97 runs was incredible as coming at No.5, Rishabh Pant along with Cheteshwar Pujara battled in the ultimate pitch of Sydney Cricket Ground.

With his power hitting performance, pressure was released from the team which eventually came up in settling the game in the status of draw. His sixes and fours at that moment made team in pressure less situation. He was got out on ball bowled by Nathon Lyon. Both the batsman added a mandatory partnership of 148 runs for the fourth wicket.

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Funny moment caught on the field

In the day-1, Mighty Kangaroos registered 213 runs with 5 wickets. Right now, Tim Paine with Cameron Green are now on different form. A funny incident was happened where in the 83rd over bowled by T Natarajan, in the third ball a lengthy ball was delivered by Natarajan which was missed by Tim Paine and caught up by Rishabh Pant which made him in the excitation state and  appealed for DRS, which seemed to not having in edge.

Only he was appealing for the wicket and asked Rahane to go for the review, afterwards which Rohit Sharma had a funny moment with Rishabh Pant of having hilarious laugh. The video was got viral on the social media.

https://twitter.com/cricketcomau/status/1349979201193930753?s=20

A worth remembering debut for T Natarajan

In the span of 50 days, T Natarajan has wrote an inspirational story by debuting for Indian team in all the three formats in the same tour. He became the first player to do so and in the debut test he registered two wickets of Matthew Wade and one of the most important wicket of Marnus Labuschagne who got out at 108 runs.

With the end of day-1, Australian side is at 274/5 with 28 and 38 runs scored by Green and Paine respectively on the field.

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