Rishabh Pant is again wrong in the reviews, is trolled
NEW DELHI: young Indian stumper Rishabh pants He had an unforgettable day as India not only lost seven wickets against Bangladesh in the first T20I issue of three-game rubber here, but was also involved in a couple of wrong decisions in the match.
First, the bad race between the wickets for Pant cost the wicket of the first Shikhar Dhawan match and, secondly, India lost a revision at a crucial point because Pant believed there was an advantage, however, there was none.
In the tenth entry of the Bangladesh entrances, Pant convinced the deputy captain Rohit Sharma Go for a DRS for the crucial wicket of the Bangladesh hitter Soumya Sarkar, but it turned out to be a wrong decision. The review showed a flat line when the ball passed the bat.
Mushfiqur Rahim, who remained undefeated in 60 and led his team to an inaugural T20I victory over the Men in Blue, lost a delivery and was hit before the leg stump. Rohit should have gone for a review, however, he did not.
Pant was also criticized for his bad calls when a user tweeted: It seems that the selection of # RishabhPant was through EVM.
It seems that the selection of #RishabhPant was through EVM. - Satish Kapur (@ SatishKapur4) 1572840427000
When you have a player like Sanju Samson, Suryakumar yadav and Shubhaman Gill on a bench, why do you only go for #RishabhPant #IndvsBan, someone else wrote.
When you have a player like Sanju Samson, Suryakumar yadav and Shubhaman Gill on a bench, why do you only go for #RishabhPant #IndvsBan? - Other Gujju (@im_NEWhere) 1572840523000
Why not @ ishankishan51 instead of @ RishabhPant17? #RishabhPant @BCCI @ SGanguly99 - ketanu Reeves (@mayansh) 1572854238000
Dear @BCCI, bring @IamSanjuSamson to the team instead of overestimating @ RishabhPant17 ... enough is enough. #IndvsBan #RishabhPant - prashant vyas (@ prashantvyas007) 1572851440000
After the defeat, Rohit accepted that the review was a mistake and said after the game: The reviews were a mistake on our side, not to mention at least that, and the first ball he played on the back foot, we thought he was lowering the leg, and the next on the front foot, but we forget how short it is! We were not up to the court, but I think we have achieved a competitive score.