Group India got through a monstrous blow as they lost the new three-match ODI series, 1-0 to has New Zealand after the third and last match yielded no outcome. India wicketkeeper-hitter Rishabh Pant, who was one of the players who couldn’t make the most out of the series against the Kiwis, was forced to bear a great deal of analysis for his exhibitions.
Previous Pakistan cricketer, Salman Butt was left perplexed as he didn’t exactly ‘comprehend’ why Pant hyped the request rather than the bold right-hander, Suryakumar Yadav.
“He’s (Pant) a garish player, plays with a ton of opportunity yet he hasn’t had the option to convey the sort of exhibition that was required from him in the current (New Zealand) series. He ought to have scored more runs. Yet, I didn’t see the reason why he was batting above Suryakumar Yadav.
You are playing an out-of-structure hitter instead of somebody who is as his life and is playing his best cricket. The in-structure player ought to play more overs. He’s the no. one hitter and you are sending him under an out-of-structure player,” said Salman Butt on his YouTube channel after the last ODI match in Christchurch.
Butt additionally thought that the horrid trips by Pant could influence the exhibitions of an in-structure player like Suryakumar Yadav.
“I don’t have the foggiest idea what’s happening. This can affect an in-structure player. I don’t know regardless of whether this was the situation here yet a hitter who is as his life would need to play more conveyances,” added the previous cricketer.
Pant could score ten off 16 balls during his time at the wrinkle against the Dark Covers in the third and last ODI match prior to getting excused by Daryl Mitchell. As India leave the shores of New Zealand, the side will fly off for the approaching Bangladesh ODI and Test series planned to begin on December 4.