Rishabh Pant is impressing the cricket fans with her phenomenal performance with the bat . He is in good form and winning the match for his team Delhi Capital. Now, the wicket Kepeer-batsman earned himself the nickname of 'babysitter' during India's tour of Australia where Aussie Test skipper Tim Paine asked him to babysit his children, as a sledge, during the series.
The incident took place when Pant was seen playing with teammate Shikhar Dhawan's son Zoravar during the Indian Premier League (IPL) match between Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) and Delhi Capitals (DC), the 'babysitting' talks went abuzz on social media again.
In a video, Pant can be seen playing with Shikhar's son in a rather wild manner where Zoravar is trying his hard to escape Rishabh's grip but isn't quite able to.
Talking about the match, The match between KKR and DC produced a closely fought battle, with Dhawan emerging as the top-scoring batsman with an unbeaten 97-run knock for Delhi. Pant was handy with the bat too, scoring 46 off 31 while helping the capital franchise hand a second straight defeat to Dinesh Karthik's men.
Pant nor Dhawan have a few stupendous knocks to their name, it was the failure to take the team past the winning line that had earned them criticism.