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Rishabh Pant easily gifted the wicket to Rabada, video going viral

Rishabh Pant Johannesburg Test India vs South Africa: Team India’s wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant could not do anything special in the Johannesburg Test match. He was dismissed after scoring 17 runs in the first innings. After this, he could not even open the account in the second innings. In the second innings, he easily caught the ball of Kagiso Rabada and returned to the pavilion after getting out. Pant has scored only one half-century in the last 14 Test innings. However, despite this, the team management and the captain reposed faith in him and placed him in the playing XI.

In India’s second innings, the third ball of the 39th over proved fatal for Pant’s innings. Kagiso Rabada threw the ball like a bullet and Rishabh put the bat in it. Touching his bat, the ball went straight into Wren’s hands. In this way, Rishabh got out on zero and returned to the pavilion. The video of Rishabh Pant’s dismissal is becoming very viral on social media.

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If we look at the last 14 innings of Rishabh Pant, he has scored only one half-century in this. Pant scored 8 runs in the first innings of the Centurion Test and 34 runs in the second innings. Earlier, he was dismissed for 9 runs in the first innings against England at The Oval. While 50 runs were scored in the second innings. He scored 2 and 1 in the Leets Test. He was dismissed for 37 and 22 runs in the Lord’s Test. Pant scored the last Test century against England in Ahmedabad in March 2021.

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