Kolkata: Team India's wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant played a key role in winning India in the historic GABA Test. On this, veteran wicketkeeper Wriddhiman Saha has said that Pant will also improve his skills behind the stumps, as it gradually mastered "Algebra". He further said that this is not the end for Rishabh Pant. He will always continue to be a headache for the selectors from his performance.
In an interview after winning the Test series against Australia, Wriddhiman Saha said, "You can ask him (Pant), we have a relationship like friends and whoever comes in the last decade, we help each other. Personally, there are no differences with him. I don't see who is No. 1 or 2. The team will give a chance to those who do well. I will continue to do my job. The selection is not in my hands, it is up to the management."
Saha praised the 23-year-old Pant, whose unbeaten innings of 89 runs, helped Team India to won the series from 2-1. He said, "No one learns algebra in class one. You always go step by step. He is giving his best and will definitely improve further. He has always matured and proved himself. It is a good thing for Team India for quite some time. "