Chennai: The fear of the Indian team’s wicket keeper batsman Rishabh Pant was clearly visible in the England team. Considering Rishabh Pant’s dangerous strike, the Brits had to change their plans against Team India in the Chennai test after which he was also widely criticized.
England had to change planning
India’s first innings were reduced to 337 points in response to England’s 578 points. England had the chance to follow up on India, but the visiting team did not. Other than that, England continued to beat until their side were full out in the second set and did not declare an inning.
Rishabh Pant changed the attitude of the match
After that, Joe Root was severely criticized for not waiting for England’s second round until the team were completely eliminated, but after defeating Team India by 227 points in the Chennai test, the captain of England Joe Root expressed his fear. Joe Root said: “If Rishabh Pant had beaten a session, he would have changed the course of the game. I didn’t want the pressure to take the wickets while stopping the score. I wanted the bowlers to just focus on taking the ball. counters.
Root who was desperate for victory
Joe Root said: “Our goal was to create just 10 chances, where we had to play in a good line. We could have declared the innings earlier, but I’m glad we didn’t. I wanted to make sure the match only had two possible outcomes. If we had lost this game it would have been a bad start.
The Rishabh pants have done wonders in Australia
The route that scared the stick of Rishabh Pant was due to the recent wicket batsman playing an important role in India’s historic test-series victory in Australia. Rishabh Pant scored a memorable victory playing an unbeaten 89 in the decisive Border Gavaskar Trophy Test Series match played at Brisbane pitch in Gaba. India had chased a goal of 328 races.