Rishabh Pant, the dynamic wicket-keeper batsman of India, is one of the finest talents of the country. In his short career, the aggressive cricketer has produced quality displays with which he proved his mettle.
However, his tendency to throw his wicket away at crucial stages has been highlighted a lot as the 21-year old player is considered to become the successor to the legendary cricketer Mahendra Singh Dhoni.
Playing for Delhi Capitals in the ongoing season of the Indian Premier League (IPL), the astute cricketer repeated the mistakes on a few occasions which led to former Australian captain and Delhi’s head coach Ricky Ponting sharing a piece of advice for Pant.
Discussing Pant’s aggressive nature, the 50-year old said that there is no need to alter the approach of the Haridwar born as he is their best batsman. However, the flamboyant striker is needed to pace his innings in a way that he could be there to play the last part of the innings where his ability to clear ropes would become handy for Delhi.