Rishabh Pant sledges in the first Test against England

Rishabh Pant sledges in the first Test against England

Rishabh Pant sledges in the first Test against England (Pic Source: Twitter)

In the recent times, if someone sledges and give that vintage touch in the matches then it could be only Rishabh Pant who keeps sledging behind the stumps and this is what he is known for. Winning the toss the visitors elected to bat first on the slow pitch in MA Chidambaram Stadium,  and even the visitors looks great in touch also and that moment where Indian wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant came.

His reaction was so hilarious that it keeps motivating the bowlers. Due to his this kind of approach, even fans were happy to see the match to get into a mode of more interesting genre.

The incident was where Rishabh Pant keeps many funny moments by quoting, “Mera naam Washington, Merko DC Jana hai”

 With this comment, it has rolled all over the social media and is loved by each and everyone. He is a true entertainer with both bat and through his verbal approaches. Even fans were happy and quoted many comments on him.

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He is literally keeps the morale up for the team even we had witnessed the same in the Border-Gavaskar Series where he keeps picking the Australian players into heat mode through his sledging approaches. The same now this young lad is keeping in the home series and it will good to see if any England players gets into the trap of him.

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It is the comeback series for the Indian Cricket Team in their own den and this series is also much more mandatory for them to keep them sustain in the coming ICC Test Championship race finals which will be conduct in the months of June at Lord’s Cricket Ground.

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Now let’s see how the Men In Blue will tackle the World Cup defending Champions in their own backyard.

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