Where did the idea of ​​sending Pant at number three come from? Rohit revealed

Orhan Wadia
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Pant was sent at number three against Ireland Pant also batted at number three in the practice match against Bangladesh

New Delhi. There will be a match between India and Pakistan in the T20 World Cup on Sunday. Before this match, Indian captain Rohit Sharma has said that the batting order of the openers in Team India is not fixed. He also told why Rishabh Pant is being sent at number three in the World Cup. Rohit said that he had seen Pant batting at number three in the IPL, so he decided to send Pant at the same order in the World Cup as well.

Rohit Sharma said this in the press conference before the important match against Pakistan (IND vs PAK). He said, 'I saw Rishabh Pant batting at number three in some IPL matches. That's when I thought about it. It's just a matter of batting. Pant's counter attack skills will come in handy for us. This is the reason why Yashasvi Jaiswal has to sit out.'

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Rishabh Pant returned to cricket through IPL after about 14 months. After the car accident, he was seen captaining the Delhi Capitals in the 17th edition of the IPL. During this, he came to bat at number three in many matches.

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