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Kirti Azad reckons that Pant needs to value his wicket more in order to score runs frequently at the highest level

July 20, 2020

Written By,

Payel Gosh

Many of the former cricketers think that team India or the selectors are not using the talent of Rishabh Pant rightfully. Kirti Azad is one of those former Indian cricketers. Pant made his universal presentation route back in February 2017, yet began playing ordinary since India's Test arrangement against England in 2018. In 2018 he made his ODI debut against the West Indies as well. He likewise made the World Cup crew, however as a substitution.

Azad, who played seven Tests and 25 ODIs for Team India, said that Pant is "hasty" and his batting ability can without much of a stretch raise above his keeping capacities. The 61-year-old expressed that the Uttarakhand based cricketer should keep himself calm and concentrate on the format he is playing.

Azad suggests Pant to learn to stay at the wicket

Pant is a rash. Azad figures he can end up being a generally excellent batsman than the attendant. The thing is that he needs to concentrate on the balls and hit them. That’s all. He has to keep in mind while playing a test match or an ODI that he is not playing a T20 match.

Azad played for India from 1980 to 1986, said that Pant should try to save his wicket in the matches before hitting the balls. Azad referenced that one needs to figure out how to remain at the wicket.

Azad suggests that the 22-year-old Pant has to be ready for playing in the team more. At this stage, his talent is going waste. And this is not at all good for his career. Some great ball takes a wicket, Azad can see, however in the event that you hit a big cheese and get out, which has happened a large portion of the occasions most definitely, He feels sorry on the grounds that he is an incredible ability getting squandered.

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Written By,

Payel Gosh