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Rishabh’s Pantomime presentation

DNMUM422243 | 9/13/2018 | Author : Chander Shekhar Luthra | WC :977

With his maiden Test century, India’s young wicket-keeper has shown he can overcome odds and experts say he is one for future

New Delhi: Rishabh Pant’s century in the fifth and final Test, after India lost all their top batsmen, has certainly given hope that he could be the wicket-keeper batsman they have been looking for ever since MS Dhoni retired from Tests.
When Pant made his debut in the third Test against Englnd, India had lost the first two and the fate of the five-match series was more or less apparent. The 20-year-old showed guts in the beginning of his career scoring his first runs a massive six on the biggest stage.
Was it a fluke? The reply came in the last innings of the series where Pant reached his maiden Test century with yet another clean lift over the boundary. His daredevilry clearly established him as a player, who has it in h
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