Rishabh Pant vs Indian team

Rishabh Pant, the young wicket-keeper batsman of the Indian team, has been in the news for the last few years. Left-handed explosive batsman Rishabh Pant earned his name in the Indian Premier League ie IPL with his free-flowing attacking shots and his ability to hit the boundary with will. This young wicketkeeper batsman has been seen as the successor of Mahendra Singh Dhoni, but the year 2019 did not go well for Pant.

In the year 2019, Rishabh Pant kept in and out of the team. Apart from this, due to his performance (batting and wicketkeeping), he was also the target of critics. However, he won the hearts of all by performing brilliantly in IPL 2019 and he has been one of the consistent performers for the Delhi Capitals franchise for a few years. Every team in IPL knows that it is not possible to win if Pant is in the field, but it changes with the Indian team.

Rishabh Pant in IPL and Rishabh Pant different for Indian team, why and how does this happen? This has been revealed by Mohammad Kaif, assistant coach and former veteran Indian batsman of Delhi Capitals team. Kaif has explained why Pant does well in IPL and flopped for India. When former cricketer Aakash Chopra asked Kaif that Pant plays well in IPL and goes out playing bad shots and keeping bad while playing for India, why does this happen? Kaif has responded to this.

Mohammad Kaif explains, “Rishabh Pant is a free-flowing player. You have to determine his batting position, that he will bat at this spot and how many overs he will get to play. He needs to be clear in his mind that He will get this many overs, so that he is not thinking if he needs to take a single, or if he needs to defend. He is an attacking batsman, he should start hitting attacking shots right from the first ball. ”

“So, in Delhi Capitals, Mere, Dada (Sourav Ganguly) and Ricky Ponting discussed for some time whether to send Rishabh Pant to number 3 or 4, but later we decided that Pant should play at least At least 60 balls should be received. No matter what position he is batting in, he will have to get the last 10 overs. That is yet to be decided by the Indian team, which is causing them to flop, “Kaif explained.

The former Indian batsman has said, “He sometimes gets to bat in the 15th over in a 50-over match. A finisher or attacking batsman should be given the same role. The Indian team is not yet aware of Pant’s batting slot.” Applied, but in IPL we have found it. That’s why he has played well in IPL, because he plays a free-flow cricket. “