Rohit asked why do you talk so much behind the wicket? Pant said - Just to help the Team
Rohit Sharma asked Rishabh Pant why he talks so much behind the wicket after the end of the second day's play in the Ahmedabad Test.
Ahmedabad : It's difficult to ignore Rishabh Pant on the field, whether he is batting or wicketkeeping. He often sets the atmosphere happy with his style. Especially when he stays behind the wicket, he keeps saying something and cheers fellow players. After the end of the second day of the Ahmedabad test, when Rohit Sharma asked Pant the reason behind this, he gave sucah an answer that will make your heart happy too.
Actually, Rohit asked Pant that people say why he makes so much noise behind the wicket .In response to this, Pant said that I like to enjoy my game. By doing this, the confidence of the team also increases. My effort is to help the team in any way, this is the only thing that goes on in the mind. BCCI has also shared a video of this conversation. In this, Rohit has talked to Pant as well as Washington Sundar.
Batting aggressively after understanding pitch: Rishabh Pant
Rohit also asked a question related to Pant's century innings that when you went to bat, the condition of the team was bad. What was going on in your mind at that time? In response to this, Pant said that I was taking my time. Was trying to read the pitch. On this, Rohit said that do you plan so much and think so much about the pitch. On this, Pant said that you had told me to look at the pitch first and then play your shots. I obeyed you and batted with this thought.
'I bat according to the need of the team '
Pant made the first 50 runs in his 101-run innings on 82 balls, while for the next 50 runs he played only 33 balls. Rohit also asked a question related to it that in this match you have two forms. At first you played carefully and later batted aggressively. To this, Pant said that after taking the lead over England, my only game plan was that I would look at the ball and if I had enough time, I should play shots on it.
When Pant landed in the first innings, India had lost 4 wickets for 80 runs. But he partnered Rohit Sharma, Ravichandan Ashwin and then Washington Sundar to help India take an 89-run lead over England.