Friday, December 9, 2022

Rishabh Pant: Till when will Rishabh Pant get a chance..? Failing for the last eight innings

Wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant’s poor form continues in international cricket. Pant went on to score 15 runs in the Auckland ODI against New Zealand on Friday (November 25). Pant was bowled by Lockie Ferguson. Pant took 23 balls to score 15 runs and was out of touch during the entire innings. This inning of Pant tells how badly he is struggling with form.

Earlier, Pant’s performance in the T20 series was also very poor and he was able to score only 17 runs. If you look at the last eight innings, only 86 runs have come out of Pant’s bat and during this time his average has been less than 11. Two unofficial T20 matches against Western Australia are also included in these eight innings. In these eight innings, Pant has not been able to touch the figure of 30 runs even once.

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Rishabh Pant’s last eight innings:
India vs New Zealand – 15 runs
India vs New Zealand – 11 runs
India vs New Zealand – 6 runs
India vs England – 6 runs
India vs Zimbabwe – 3 runs
India vs Western Australia – 9 runs
India vs Western Australia – 9 runs
India vs South Africa – 27 runs

Pant does not have a special record in limited overs

If seen, Rishabh Pant’s limited overs form has been very bad since the beginning. Pant has scored 987 runs in 66 T20 Internationals at an average of 22.43. During this, Pant has scored 3 half-centuries in T20 International and his best score is 65 not out. Talking about One Day International, Pant has scored 855 runs in 28 matches at an average of 36.

India has given a target of 307

Talking about the match, after losing the toss, batting first, India scored 306 runs for seven wickets. Captain Shikhar Dhawan, Shreyas Iyer and opener Shubman Gill were also the center of attraction of the Indian innings. Dhawan scored 72 and Gill scored 50 runs. There was a partnership of 124 runs for the first wicket between the two. Talking about Shreyas Iyer, he scored 80 runs in 76 balls.

On behalf of the Indian team, Washington Sundar was seen, who thrashed the Kiwi bowlers fiercely in the last over. Sundar scored an unbeaten 37 off 16 balls which included three sixes and three fours. For New Zealand, Tim Southee and Lockie Ferguson dismissed three players each.

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