Rishabh Pant won the day again not with his bat, not with the gloves, but with the words he spoke in the post-match presentation. Pant, who was named Player of the Match for his 101-point shot in the opening innings that changed the momentum in favor of India on day two, was asked if commentators should be cut when he was a wicket keeper.
Responding to commentator Harsha Bhogle’s question when he said they were being criticized for only wanting to listen to Pant then, Panting in his own witty style responded by saying: “Ab yeh mera compliment hai ya aapko problem thoda problem ho raha hai, improve karo aap log bhi (if it’s a compliment for me and it creates a problem for you , then you should also be looking to improve). “
– Chirag Gupta (@paneer_zindabad) March 6, 2021
The hilarious response sent fans into a frenzy as the response was an extension of her personality behind the strains.
According to Panting, he always played cricket this way and had fun doing it. The 23-year-old has more than often been praised for his antics and the things he says when he’s behind the stumps, singing songs or calling bowlers by hilarious nicknames, Pant has done it all.
Pant’s rounds, followed by Washington Sundar’s fantastic partnership with Axar Patel helped India take a 160-point lead in the opening rounds of the final test, which proved to be enough in the end as the host knocked out England for just 135 points in the second. sleeves win the game by a round and 25 points to storm the final of the World Test Championship (WTC) to be held in June at Lord’s against New Zealand.