In the third one-day international on Wednesday, vice-captain Rishabh Pant Pant failed once more, scoring just 10 runs. Rishabh Pant, a dashing wicketkeeper-batsman who has come under intense scrutiny for his poor performance in limited-overs cricket, stated on Wednesday that his white-ball numbers were “not that bad.”
In limited-overs cricket this year, Pant has been terrible. He has only scored one fifty in the shortest format against the West Indies in February, and he has only crossed the 30-run mark twice in the 21 innings he has played in 2022.
The 25-year-old batsman has scored a hundred and two fifties in nine innings this year in one-day internationals. A record is just a number, after all. Prior to Wednesday’s third and final One-Day International, Pant informed official broadcaster Prime Video that “my white-ball numbers are not that bad okay.”
Pant, on the other hand, has been at his best when playing Test cricket, scoring centuries in England, Australia, and South Africa. Gasp said he doesn’t trust correlation at this point in his profession. “I am only 24 to 25 years old, so comparisons don’t make sense right now.
You might be able to compare me when I’m 30-32 if you want to. Prior to that, the comparison doesn’t make sense to me,” Pant stated, clearly annoyed. Pant, the vice-captain for the current series, failed once more, scoring just 10 runs in Wednesday’s third One-Day International.
Pant stated when asked about his preferred batting position in limited-overs cricket: I would bat as an opener in Twenty20 Internationals, 4-5 in One-Day Internationals, and 5 in Tests. When you bat lower down the order, the game plan changes, but you still have to bat where the team wants you to. “There’s compelling reason need to plan in ODIs, just in T20s you want to plan.
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