New Delhi: Former Indian wicket keeper batsman Kiran More praised young wicket keeper Rishabh Pant, saying he was a cricketer playing 100 tests. Rishabh Pant performed well behind the wicket in the second test match against England in Chennai (Chennai). He also scored an unbeaten 58 in the opening innings.
Rishabh Pant when he played for Delhi at the age of 17 on September 21, 2014 in the Under-19 One-Day Invitational Tournament against Baroda Cricket Association with the help of eight six and 22 four 133 balls. When he scored 186 points, More was very impressed with this round and had written Pant’s name on his cell phone.
Kiran More said: “ Whenever I see a talented boy, I used to write down his number. When I saw Pant, I thought to myself that he was a long racehorse. Now I say Pant is a cricketer playing 100 tests. Not just because he did a great job behind the box office on Tuesday.
While some experts have questioned Pant’s (Rishabh Pant) ability, More says he’s never had any doubts about Pant’s skills and abilities. More, who worked with Pant at the National Cricket Academy in Bangalore, said: “Everyone questioned their wicket, but I never had any doubts.” How will he learn if you don’t give him the chance to play in India? Playing abroad is more difficult than playing in India. In the turns, the responsibility of the porter is important. Everyone has seen what Pant can do.
Pant (Rishabh Pant) contested 14 of the 18 tests for India overseas, while four tests were contested in India. Plus said, “Pant took some good holds and made a good cut. Although he missed a few chances, he is only 23 years old and has room to improve to become the best wicket keeper in the world. Pant scored 1,256 points in 18 test games with an average of 44.85. He marked two centuries and six half-centuries in tests.