New Delhi: New Zealand beat India by 8 wickets in the ICC World Test Championship (WTC) final at Southampton. Team India did not rest anywhere ahead of New Zealand in this match. The Keys proved India dwarfed in every field of the game. All the batsmen in the Indian team flopped mostly. Skipper Virat Kohli heaped praise on Rishabh Pant after the match. I don't want Pant to change his positive and optimistic game by chasing the target, Kohli said praising Pant.
Kohli further said, "Look, Rishabh Pant impressed a lot whenever he got a chance, he always batted as per the team's requirement, I think he assessed the conditions very well. When things are against you you question the decision, which is accepted in the game. But we don't want Pant to lose his positive and optimistic game as per the team's position", Kohli added.
He further added, 'We will definitely continue to support Pant's game under which he puts pressure on the opposition to score runs, we are not so worried about that, Virat Kohli said. I think it will give him time to think and implement things because he has a long cricket career'.