Rishabh Pant Batting: Indian team’s wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant’s poor form continues. Pant, who came out to open in the last match of the T20 series against New Zealand, returned to the pavilion after scoring only 11 runs. Pant is being given frequent opportunities by the Indian team in T20 International. However, he has not been able to capitalize on these opportunities yet. In view of these failures, he may be dropped from Team India’s T20 team.
Pant fails in opening too
Rishabh Pant was given a chance as an opener batsman in the T20 series against New Zealand. However, he could not take advantage of this opportunity. Pant, who came to open in the second T20 match, scored only 6 runs. At the same time, in the third T20 match, he returned to the pavilion after scoring just 11 runs. This poor form of Pant is constantly raising questions on his selection in T20.
Looking at Pant’s last four T20 innings, he has scored 6,3,6,11 runs in the last four innings. While looking at his T20 performance in the year 2022, he has scored 364 runs in 21 innings this year at an average of just 21.21. Pant’s poor form remains a major concern for Team India.
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