Pant celebrated his comeback with a half-century… hit a half-century in 32 balls

Orhan Wadia
Orhan Wadia - Editor
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Pant scored 53 runs in 32 balls Left-handed Pant retired out

New Delhi. Veteran wicketkeeper batsman Rishabh Pant has shown good form before the T20 World Cup. He scored a brilliant half-century against Bangladesh in the T20 World Cup practice match. Pant played a match for Team India after 18 months. He thrashed the Bangladesh bowlers against Bangladesh at the Nassau County Stadium in New York. Left-handed batsman Pant retired out after scoring a half-century.

Rishabh Pant played an innings of 53 runs in 32 balls. During this, he hit 4 fours and 4 sixes. He scored runs at a strike rate of 165.62. Pant is the X-factor of Team India in the T20 World Cup. He was badly injured in a road accident in December 2022. After this, questions were raised on his cricket career. But after this he made a comeback like a fighter. Pant had earlier shown his color in the IPL. He batted well while captaining the Delhi Capitals.

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Rishabh Pant recently told in an interview how he was unable to walk for a month after the accident. However, despite this, he did not lose courage and made a good recovery. Pant made a comeback in the IPL after recovering from the injury. He scored 446 runs for Delhi Capitals in IPL 2024. He was the highest run scorer for Delhi Capitals.

Seeing the return of Rishabh Pant, the confidence of the Indian team management is at its peak. In the match against Bangladesh, Rohit Sharma won the toss and decided to bat first. Virat Kohli did not play in this match. Kohli has reached America a day earlier. Sanju Samson was seen opening with Rohit Sharma. Rohit was out after scoring 23 runs, while Sanju could score only one run while Shivam Dubey returned to the pavilion after scoring 14 runs.

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