Bowling coach Paras Mhambrey appreciates Rishabh Pant for his stunning knock

After Rishabh Pant’s stunning knock of 100 not out, many ex-cricketers, as well as coaches, appreciated and congratulated him. Bowling coach Paras Mhambrey feels Pant’s innings help India make a comeback in the game and can also prove to be match-winning.

Rishabh Pant scored a stunning century on day 3 of the Cape Town Test. He was appreciated by many former Indian cricketers. Indian cricket team’s bowling coach Paras Mhambrey also congratulated Rishabh Pant for his wonderful knock against South Africa in the third and final Test. The team’s bowling coach also feels that this innings from Pant can prove to be match-winning and it has brought India back in the game. Paras Mhambrey thinks that was a very good inning by the young lad as he was under so much pressure when he came to the crease to bat.

“It was a fabulous innings that really got us back in the game. From a personal perspective there is pressure on him (Rishabh Pant), obviously in a couple of innings didn’t get runs but getting runs at a crucial stage for the team, that is important,” said bowling coach Paras Mhambrey to PTI as reported by Times of India.

Rishabh Pant arrived at the crease when India was 58 for 4 and he made a huge and important 94 runs partnership with skipper Virat Kohli which help India make a comeback in the first session of day 3. Even after Virat got out, he managed his inning very well. The wickets kept falling from the other end, but he stayed and didn’t throw his wicket away. Despite some controversies regarding his selection for the last Test because of his poor shot selection in the Johannesburg one, he played a more mature innings and shut the mouth of so many people with his batting. Despite his wonderful knock, there is a growing possibility that South Africa is going to grab the series as they only need 111 more runs to win and have 8 wickets in their hand.

 

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