Former India batting coach Sanjay Bangar believes Rishabh Pant is an ideal alternative for MS Dhoni within the nationwide aspect because the left-handed wicketkeeper-batsman offers Crew India with a much-needed stability within the center order, which is filled with right-handers.
Pant has been in good kind within the ongoing Indian Premier League, scoring 171 runs within the 5 matches he has performed for the Delhi Capitals.
“By way of wicket-keeping, I believe it could be Rishabh Pant. I believe the way in which he began this yr’s IPL and I believe it is vitally essential to have a left-hander as an possibility as a result of for Crew India in the case of the middle-order because it helps to stability out the right-handers,” mentioned Bangar whereas talking on Star Sports activities present Cricket Related.
In the meantime, former India pacer Ashish Nehra additionally supported Bangar’s perspective on Pant and mentioned: “I’m in complete settlement with Sanjay Bangar. I believe they need to go forward with Rishabh Pant. Pant ought to be backed. Each participant must be backed in the case of worldwide cricket.”
Dhoni retired from worldwide cricket in August after representing India in 350 ODIs, 90 Checks and 98 T20Is whereas affecting a staggering 829 dismissals behind the stumps throughout codecs.
Pant, who has thus far performed 13 Checks, 16 ODIs and 28 T20Is, was touted as Dhoni’s successor however he hasn’t been capable of put up constant performances when taking part in for the nationwide aspect. He was changed behind the stumps, in limited-overs codecs, in New Zealand by KL Rahul when the Males in Blue final performed worldwide cricket.