Rishabh Pant, according to Dinesh Karthik, is certain that he would triumph every time.
In the second innings of the second Test match against Sri Lanka in Bangalore, Indian wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant scorched his way to a scorching half-century. Pant made the quickest half-century by an Indian batsman in Test cricket, taking only 28 deliveries to reach the milestone.
Pant is already on his way to greatness in cricket, according to Indian batsman Dinesh Karthik. Pant may even surpass the famous MS Dhoni in terms of his status in the game, according to Karthik, and complete his career as an all-time great.
“Rishabh Pant is unquestionably on his way to becoming a superstar. If he has a long career as a wicketkeeper for India, I believe he will go down in history with MS Dhoni as one of the greats. “These two will go down in history as two of India’s finest wicketkeepers,” Dinesh Karthik stated, as reported by Cricbuzz.
Rishabh Pant reminds me of Virender Sehwag in the following ways: Karthik, Dinesh
Dinesh Karthik further said that Rishabh Pant is confident in his ability to triumph every time. Karthik went on to say that Pant’s ability to smash boundaries with easy reminded him of legendary opener Virender Sehwag, adding that his ability to hit boundaries with ease makes him a wonderful batter.
“Rishabh Pant is fearless when it comes to trying new things and succeeding.” He also reminds me of Virender Sehwag in that he has the ability to attack and smash boundaries with ease anytime the field is open, which makes him a fantastic Test player. Test cricket is, in many ways, a boundary-hitting format for him,” Dinesh Karthik said.
In Test cricket, Rishabh Pant has a stellar record with the willow. The left-hander has around 2000 runs in the whites, with an average of 40.85 runs per game and a strike rate of over 70. Pant has also played Test cricket and has four hundreds to his credit.