Rishabh Pant's fate can be reversed like Tendulkar's

New Delhi: Former Team India batsman coach Sanjay Bangar has made a big statement about wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant. In the recently concluded T20 series against South Africa, Pant was seen struggling with form, for a long time, this player's bat has not even scored runs according to his ability. Many legends have reacted strongly to Pant's form, but even after this poor form, the team management is in his full support.

Ahead of the T20 World Cup, Sanj Bangar has advised the Indian cricket team to gamble big with Pant. Bangar says that Team India should start the innings with Pant, during which he also gave the example of Sachin Tendulkar. Speaking to Star Sports, Bangar said that after being sent to open the innings in ODI cricket, Sachin Tendulkar found consistency in the game and Pant can do something similar. If Pant is given a chance at the top of the order, he can do the job that Adam Gilchrist used to do for Australia in the shorter formats of the game.

Bangar said, "I have been thinking about this for three years. If you look at Sachin Tendulkar's career, he had scored his first century in his 75th or 76th innings when he was asked to open the innings against New Zealand after getting a massive batting in the middle order. "Right now, Team India is looking at a left-right combination. Yes, Ishan Kishan is doing well right now, but if Team India wants to be with the left-right opening pair for a long time, Rishabh Pant can do the same. He can do what Adam Gilchrist did for Australia. '  

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