Rishabh Pant lost his temper after getting out, threw his bat into the wall in anger

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A match was played between Delhi Capitals and Rajasthan Royals at Sawai Mansingh Stadium in Jaipur. In this match, Delhi Capitals captain Rishabh Pant looked angry after being out.

Indian cricket team and Delhi Capitals star wicketkeeper batsman Rishabh Pant, who was a victim of a car accident, is returning to cricket after 14 months through IPL. Everyone is very happy to see Pant return. Although Pant has played two matches. But he failed to find his rhythm in both the matches. Where in the first match he was out after scoring only 18 runs. His bat remained silent against Rajasthan also. He missed a big innings after being set. After this, Pant looked upset with himself. In anger he also hit the bat on the wall. Its video is also going viral now.

Rishabh Pant hit the bat on the wall in anger

Actually, Yuzvendra Chahal was bowling the 14th over of Delhi Capitals’ innings for Rajasthan Royals. Rishabh Pant was on strike on the first ball of the over. Chahal kept the ball a little away from Pant. In such a situation, Pant wanted to cut the ball. But he could not time the ball properly. In such a situation, the ball took the edge of his bat and went straight into the gloves of wicketkeeper Sanju Samson.

Rishabh was out after scoring only 28 runs after facing 26 balls. He had a good chance to play a match-winning innings for Delhi. But he failed to do so. After getting out, Rishabh Pant looked very disappointed with himself. When he was going back to the dressing room. So in anger he threw the bat against the wall and hit it. He is missing his old form a lot.

Riyan played an amazing innings

Riyan Parag batted explosively against Delhi Capitals and scored 25 runs in the last over of his unbeaten 84 runs, including 3 fours and 2 sixes. Now he told that he was in bed for the last 3 days.

Parag, who was chosen the best player of the match, said during the post – “I have worked very hard. For the last 3 days I was in bed, I was taking painkillers, I woke up today and I am very happy. Any of the top four batsmen had to play 20 overs. The ball was staying low and stopping. Sanju bhaiya had done this in the first game.”

Captain Sanju Samson also praised Riyan Parag saying – “Riyan Parag has been a big name in the last few years. Wherever I go, people ask me about him. He can give something special to Indian cricket.”

RR won the match by 12 runs.

Rajasthan Royals, batting first after losing the toss, put 185 runs on the board in 20 overs for the loss of 5 wickets. In response, Delhi Capitals could only score 173 runs for 5 wickets in the stipulated 20 overs and lost the match by 12 runs.

-Rahul Dubey

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