Results doesn’t matter the most, if some matters then it will be the process and there itself Indian Wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant is praised the most. Regarding this Former Indian Cricketer Gautam Gambhir appreciates Rishabh Pant’s efforts and performance he has carried out in the ongoing Second Chennai Test.
His quick fire of unbeaten 58 runs which consists of 7 boundaries and 3 sixes. Not only with bat this time he gave best with his tremendous skills from behind the stumps as well. His two astonishing catch to dismiss Jack Leach and Ollie Pope was the show-stopper event.
Gautam Gambhir reckons that now Rishabh Pant is improving his wicket keeping skills and producing more and more efforts. With bat also, he is keen keeping the batting skills more interesting.
“He’s just confident from batting. If you are batting really well it just reflects on your keeping as well. This is probably the toughest wicket to keep against Axar, Ashwin. He’s only going to get better from here on looking at the way he’s kept wickets in this innings. Obviously, it was a big challenge for him, and it’s only going to get easier from here on” quoted by Gambhir as said by Star Sports.
He also feels that with going time, Rishabh Pant is nurturing his own skills with more determin and hard working ability. He was also the leading run scorer in Border-Gavaskar Series and shows as a great asset of the Indian Cricket Team.
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“And I’m sure, over a period of time once he keeps scoring runs and keeps working on his keeping, he’s got to be a great package for India because someone who can bat at No.6 and change the game for India, there aren’t many in world cricket at the moment, probably Buttler is someone who can change the game with his batting skill and he’s a good wicket-keeper”.
“So Rishabh Pant, if he keeps doing what he’s done in Test match, he’s great asset for Indian cricket” added by Gambhir.
Right now Indian team is way far away ahead from England by taking a huge lead of 249 runs with second inning score of 54/1.