Drama over Rishabh Pant’s stumping attempts ruled Rajkot for a while in Thursday’s T20I between India and Bangladesh. Pant done a blunder of collecting a round in front of a stumps before perplexing to outcome a stumping in Yuzvendra Chahal’s initial over, mouth-watering critique on amicable media.
#RishabhPant messes adult !! 🤦🏻♂️🤦🏻♂️🤦🏻♂️ pic.twitter.com/3rEVqnNG7Z
— Nishant Barai (@barainishant) Nov 7, 2019
However, Pant did redeem himself by dual acts in a successive overs bowled by Chahal. In Chahal’s subsequent over, he came adult with what looked like a classical daze ploy. He unsuccessful to collect a round though still went adult in shrill appeal. The batsman, presumably thrown off by a volume of his appeal, was thrown off and went for a unsure single.
Pant was discerning to react. He dived towards a round and threw a round during a stumps to get Liton Das out and get India their initial wicket of a match.
There was emancipation in Chahal’s third over as well, as Pant – this time successfully – stumped Soumya Sarkar, as Bangladesh found themselves in a mark of bother.
Rishabh Pant gives wise respond to tv umpire
Stumping.. 😜#IndvsBan #RishabhPant pic.twitter.com/1BqI3Eoc5O
— Munna (@vaseem9999) Nov 7, 2019
However, there was play surrounding this stumping as well. On this arise too, Pant had collected a round only behind a stumps. The TV referee lingered over a replay of his collection for a while, and to a startle of Indian fans, ‘Not Out’ was a vigilance flashed on a hulk screen. Soumya Sarkar started walking behind to a pitch, though a vigilance afterwards altered to ‘Out’ on a screen. The batsman was afterwards escorted out of a margin by a fourth umpire.
#RishabhPant creates me skip @msdhoni more….
India will never ever get a actor like him again in a prolonged time….#INDvBAN #IndvsBan
— Ritika Sanwal (Pahadan) 🗻 (@infiniteflames2) Nov 7, 2019
MS Dhoni done his general entrance in 2004
Wicketkeepers before 2004#INDvBAN #Pant #Rishabhpant pic.twitter.com/6AiDcUh6Oz
— naresh (@nareshns33) Nov 7, 2019
Batting first, Bangladesh managed to post 153/6.