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Pant is prepared to step into MS Dhoni’s shoes as a game finisher

Pant is prepared to step into MS Dhoni's shoes as a game finisher

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  • Before the T20 Rishabh Pant delivered two minutes of online media contrasting him and the legend by and by.  

For long has he been promoted to play the job of previous Indian wicketkeeper-batsman MS Dhoni, given his comparative capacity of being forceful with the bat. 

Furthermore, before the continuous T20I series against New Zealand, youthful Rishabh Pant delivered two minutes of online media contrasting him and the legend by and by. 

However, in both the matches, Pant polished off the pursuit for India to help the hosts take an unassailable 2-0 in the series. 

Although he hoped to battle in the opener in Jaipur before dealing with a four to assist India with finishing the 154 pursue with two balls to extra, on Friday, he looked more sure as he crushed two consecutive sixes in the eighteenth over to help India win. 

Reviewing the occasion, Pant said that it has consistently been a fantasy for him as a child to polish off games for India. 

“As a child, I generally pondered if I can dominate a game for India in any circumstance; that is the main thing I continue to dream. However, I’m prepared to do whatever my group needs me to do. 

I’m glad to complete the counterpart for the group,” he told Star Sports in front of the beginning of the third T20I when inquired as to whether he is prepared to take on Dhoni’s finisher job. 

Gasp likewise discussed responsibility, which was the most discussed theme after Indian cricketers and care staff brought it up following India’s exit from the Super 12 phase of the T20 World Cup. 

“As a cricketer, as a child, you endeavour to play and do this for your country. Everything seems OK. Indeed, responsibilities [been heavy] however the group the executives has given me off for the Tests. 

Ideally, I can recuperate well and do great in South Africa,” said Pant, who has been refreshed from the two-Test series against New Zealand, which starts in Kanpur from November 25.

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