New Delhi: Under the captaincy of Rohit Sharma, Team India is currently on a tour of Bangladesh, where 3 ODIs and 2 Test matches are to be played between the two countries. The tour will begin with the ODI series, whose first match will be played on Sunday (December 4) at Mirpur. In the ODI series against Bangladesh, all eyes will be on wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant, who has been struggling a lot in limited-overs cricket for quite some time now. Let us tell you that Rishabh Pant has been able to score only 96 runs in the last nine innings and thus he will be the target of critics.
Well on paper Bangladeshi team is looking very weak and their recent performance has not been impressive. But despite this, Rishabh Pant will have to struggle hard to get into the form. Let us tell you that during the tour of New Zealand, Pant said that his record in limited-overs cricket is not bad and he is just 25 years old. Rishabh Pant had also said that his performance should be analogized only when he will be 30-32 years old.
Pant's frustration was clearly telling that due to poor form, a lot of pressure is on him. Anyway, due to Rishabh Pant being in the team, wicketkeeper batsmen like Sanju Samson, and Ishaan Kishan are not getting many opportunities. In such a situation, if Rishabh Pant fails in the ODI series against Bangladesh, then the patience of the selectors will definitely end. It is clear that Pant may be dropped from the T20 and ODI teams, if he does not performs adequately.