Indian batting coach Vikram Rathour said – Rishabh Pant will have a big role in the Indian team captained by Virat Kohli

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Vikram Rathour, Rishabh Pant AND Virat Kohli

Rishabh Pant, the young wicket-keeper batsman of the Indian cricket team, scored the same winning runs against the Australian cricket team in the Test.

With this test match won, the Indian cricket team beat Australia 2–1 in the 4-Test series. In this Test series against Australia, Rishabh Pant showed the kind of batting.

And since then he has come in great demand. Rishabh Pant, considered the greatest successor of Mahendra Singh Dhoni, has won the trust of Indian youth by performing like this.

Rishabh Pant did not get a chance in the first Test match against the Australian team. Wriddhiman Saha was given a chance in his place.

But he did not do well. Then Pant got a chance in his place and he did not miss any effort in his efforts and became the batsman to score 272 runs for the Indian team in the team match.

It also included an innings of 97 runs played in the Sydney ground. And then after that, he played a match-winning inning of 89 runs in Brisbane ground.

Now Rishabh Pant will be seen in the Test match against the England cricket team from February 5. Before this home series against the England cricket team.

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The current batting coach of the Indian team, Vikram Rathour said, “Rishabh Pant’s progress and his full role will play a big role in leading the Indian team to England.”

He further said that his role will be very important and we have always believed that he is one of the exceptional players.

Rishabh Pant - JIOTVVINEE
Rishabh Pant

India’s batting coach Vikram Rathour said this during an interview with Hindustan OF Times. He further said that his last year was not good.

But he is doing a lot of training and a lot of hard work. We all feel that if he has his day, he can prove to be a match-winner.

He also proved himself against the Australian team during the third and fourth Test matches. He is a great left-handed batsman whose advantage is given to the Indian cricket team.

As far as his inclusion in the playing XI as a batsman is concerned, his decision will be taken only on that particular day when the question will be raised.

Now if Rishabh Pant gets a chance in the limited-overs format then it will be a matter of how he will play the role.

Since the beginning of the year 2020, he has not been wicketkeeping in limited-overs. Lokesh Rahul is playing this role in his place. While Rishabh Pant’s first Test match against England is expected to be played.