Sanjay Manjrekar hints at Indian player who invented ‘BazBall’

The former Indian cricketer and commentator, Sanjay Manjrekar, has hinted at the Indian player who introduced the world cricket ‘BazBall’ gameplay ahead of the England Cricket Team.

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England cricket team shocked everyone with their intent against India while chasing a massive target of 300 +. The team has surprised every team and cricketers with their attacking style of play against the likes of Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Siraj, and Mohammed Shami. England team weren’t the favorites to win the test, especially after failing to dominate India in the three sessions. Clearly, India had edged out England from the contest but the side proved why they are the best ones in red-ball cricket presently. England team upended the polls to win the match. Joe Root and Jonny Bairstow gave Indian bowlers nightmares while chasing, such as the ease of scoring runs.

World cricket was left highly impressed with the new style of play introduced after the takeover of captaincy by Joe Root and Coaching by Brendan MCcullam. The duo has breathed life back into England cricket which they lacked in the last 31 tests they have played under Joe Root. Sanjay Manjrekar, the former Indian cricketer and commentator, Sanjay Manjrekar, has hinted at the Indian player who introduced the world cricket ‘BazBall’ gameplay ahead of the England Cricket Team.

Sanjay Manjrekar wrote in his Tweet that “So what’s ‘Bazball’? Well, it’s how Rishabh Pant has been playing in his last 31 Tests.”

Rishabh Pant has been in outstanding form since the Australia series where India won the historic Test match at Gabba. India clinched the series by 2-1 where Rishabh Pant stood as a man in form for his aggressive style of play against the Australian attack under Tim Paine. Pant scored 274 runs in 5 innings at an average of 68.50.