Ajinkya Rahane talked about the young Indian wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant that how good he is in his game. Rahane shared the environment of the dressing room that no one put pressure on Pant by bombarding him with a ton of advice. Pant was allowed to play his natural game as giving him too much advice could hamper his playing style
Ajinkya Rahanae, the stand-in skipper during the Broder-Gavaskar Trophy praised the batting attitude of 23-years old Pant and said they often leave Pant alone and back his abilities to come good.
“For a player like Rishabh Pant, you don’t want him to think too much, or tell him too much. He knows his game very well, he plays in a certain fashion, and you don’t want to disturb that. Because of his innings, we were in a situation to win the Test match in Sydney. So far a player like him, you just want to leave him alone, back him and just ask him to play his normal game,” Rahane said.
Rishabh Pant played the brilliant inning on the final day of the Gabba Test and also became the top-scorer for India in the series. The 23-year old broke some records and also helped his team to create history in Brisbane. He became the fastest Indian wicket-keeper to score 1000 runs in Test cricket surpassing MS Dhoni. He scored 274 runs in three Tests with an average of 45.66 and became the top-scorer all because of his natural game despite of missing the first Test.