Delhi Capital’s wicket Keeper batsman, Rishabh Pant expressed his aggress to Rajasthan Royals bowlers yesterday for being out from India’s ICC World Cup-19 squad.
Rishabh Pant smashed over Rajasthan Royals bowlers
Rishabh Pant scored an unbeaten 78 in just 36 balls with 6 fours and 4 sixes. That was driving factor in Delhi Capitals chasing down a competitive 191 runs with four balls in hand. Last week, Rishabh Pant was left out of India’s World Cup squad in favor of the more experienced Dinesh Karthik as the backup wicket-keeper batsman.
Accordingly, the 21-year-old thinks that he tried to focus on the task at hand. Delhi Capitals had lost two wickets in back-to-back overs before Rishabh Pant decisively turned the game in their favor. He now has 336 runs in 11 matches with a strike-rate of 163.10.
Rishabh Pant couldn’t hide his excitement
Rishabh Pant couldn’t hide his excitement and he said at the post-match presentation, before adding, “I am feeling lonely. To make your team win in an important match is a good feeling. I won’t lie, the selection thought was running in my mind.”
Delhi Capitals Wicket Keeper batsman, Rishabh pant asserted his mind set up during smashing Rajasthan Royals bowlers. “I focussed on my process, I trusted my prowess and it worked for me. I knew how the wicket was behaving and I took advantage of that. The most important things for our team is that everyone needs their role and we try to keep it simple.”
Delhi capitals Coach Ricky Ponting astonished at
Delhi capitals Coach Ricky Ponting astonished at Rishabh Pant and again talked about the World Cup-19 team also, “I was surprised when he was left out of the squad. I thought he’ll be in and I thought he’ll actually play in the starting eleven. I thought that someone like him batting at No. 4 or 5 in their side would have just been that sort of player who could have had that X-factor about him that could have been the difference between India and some other teams in the World Cup-19.”
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Therefore, Delhi Capital’s wicket Keeper batsman, Rishabh Pant expressed his aggress to Rajasthan Royals bowlers yesterday for being out from India’s ICC World Cup-19 squad.