Danger for this player
Rishabh Pant is currently the number one wicket-keeper batsman in Team India. Everyone knows the art of hitting his long six. He has always been known for playing big innings. When Pant joins Team India’s playing XI, the team’s experienced batsman Riddhiman Saha is shown the way out, while Saha’s wicketkeeping skills are much better than Pant’s. He holds the cap very well. Now Saha’s place is in danger with Pant’s place in Team India.
Saha is fighting with bad form
Riddhiman Saha made his Test debut for Team India in 2010, but due to his poor performance, he could not solidify his place in the Indian team. When Saha could not play a match-winning innings for Team India, Pant was given a chance to replace him. Pant has won many matches for India in his short Test career. Pant was rested for the New Zealand series. Not being able to take advantage of this opportunity, Saha could not play any amazing innings. Saha has scored 1251 runs in 36 Tests for India. Now Saha has been shown the way out of the first Test match against South Africa, which is why the sword of his career is hanging.
Hit pants in all three formats
Rishabh Pant is a very aggressive player. When he is in his rhythm, he can tear any bowler. He played cricket for India in all three formats. Pant is known for batting very dangerously in death overs. His amazing ability to hit the ball. He has always been known for playing big innings.
Indian batsmen upset in the match
India captain Virat Kohli won the toss and elected to bat first in the first Test against South Africa. Team India’s openers have vindicated his decision. Star batsmen Mayank Agarwal and KL Rahul played explosive innings. Rahul destroyed the batsmen terribly with a great century. He was present at the crease after scoring 122 runs. Mayank played an innings of 80 runs. Cheteshwar Pujara and Virat Kohli could not show any miracle. At the end of the first day’s play, India lost three wickets and scored 262 runs.