Rishabh Pant Feels Happy Compared To MS Dhoni, But Wants To Make A Name For Himself | Rishabh Pant is happy to be compared to MS Dhoni, but plans to identify himself

New Delhi: After winning the test series against Australia, the Indian cricket team (Team India) is awarded worldwide. At the same time, Rishabh Pant, who was the hero of the Brisbane Test victory, is also appreciated. It is compared to AIIMS Dhoni (MS Dhoni).

India’s wicket keeper and batsman Rishabh Pant is happy to be compared to captain Cool Mahendra Singh Dhoni (MS Dhoni) but has said that after playing a key role in the test series in Australia he will be in the match Want to have a different identity

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Rishabh Pant has often been compared to the two-time captain of world champion MS Dhoni (MS Dhoni). Dhoni retired from international cricket in August of last year. However, he still remains the captain of the IPL Chennai team.

Pant, who went 89 unbeaten innings in the second round of the Brisbane Test, told media after reaching Chennai: “When you are compared to a player like Dhoni, it feels good and you compare me to him. let’s do. ‘

He said, “It’s fantastic but I don’t want me to be compared to anyone. I want to make my own identity in Team India because it is not fair to compare a young player with a veteran.

Pant, who scored 97 points in the Sydney test draw match, wants to take advantage of the win now. He said: “The whole team are very happy with the way we played in the series in Australia.”

Delhi I am so happy that we have kept the trophy. The whole team is very happy with the way we played the series: Indian cricketer Rishabh Pant on his return to India after winning the Border Trophy – Gavaskar in Australia pic.twitter.com/V87RiDt9oE

– ANI (@ANI) January 21, 2021

India made a comeback in the second inning of the first test match in Adelaide after their minimum score totaled 36 points and won the 4-game series 2-1 and retained possession of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy.
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