Comparison is not a part of my life I'm still 24 - Rishabh Pant confronts Harsha Bhogle in a live interview! Watch Video

Wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant is struggling with poor form on the tour of New Zealand. Questions are being raised about his place, meanwhile Rishabh himself has given an answer.

Comparison is not a part of my life I'm still 24 - Rishabh Pant confronts Harsha Bhogle in a live interview! Watch Video

Questions are constantly being raised on the poor form of Team India's vice-captain Rishabh Pant on the tour of New Zealand. Rishabh Pant is getting chances in playing-11 and Sanju Samson has to sit out. In the midst of being constantly targeted, Rishabh Pant himself has spoken about his form and has directly said that my numbers are not that bad either. In the interview with commentator Harsha Bhogle, Rishabh Pant appeared to be somewhat upset, however, shortly after making this statement, Rishabh Pant was dismissed after scoring only 10 runs in the third ODI.

What about batting order - Harsha Bhogle 

Before the match, commentator Harsha Bhogle spoke to Rishabh Pant. Rishabh said here that I would like to open in T20 cricket, while in ODIs number 4 or 5 is correct and in Tests I bat at number-5. But things depend on how the coach and captain think better for the team. Whenever I get a chance, I try to do well.

It is not right to compare - Rishabh pant

During the conversation, when Harsha Bhogle said that your numbers are good in Tests, but not so good in ODIs and T20s. On which Rishabh Pant said that my numbers in white ball cricket are not that bad, I am only 24-25 years old and it is not right to compare in such a situation. When I will be 30-32, then such comparisons can be done. During this, Rishabh Pant was seen getting upset and there was a change in his tone while replying to Harsha Bhogle. 

'Control the arrogance'

Seeing this interview of Rishabh Pant went viral and people did not like the way he talked to commentator Harsha Bhogle. Many Twitter users said that this is the arrogance of Rishabh Pant, which he should handle. Apart from this, many people said that how Rishabh Pant has become angry on a question.

Significantly, Rishabh Pant got two chances in the T20 World Cup as well, but he failed in them. After this, the New Zealand tour also did not go well for him, which is why questions are being raised about his performance in white ball cricket. There is World Cup in the next one year, in such a situation, thinking has already started. 

However, every time the team management has called Rishabh Pant a match winner and has spoken of supporting him. Team India's head coach Rahul Dravid, Captain Rohit Sharma have mentioned this many times, Team India's coach VVS Laxman has also called Rishabh Pant the match winner on New Zealand tour.