IND vs NZ 2021: Daniel Vettori appears to be dashing. Rishabh Pant, an Indian wicketkeeper-batsman, has yet to be discovered. Also, what T20 format works best for him. With the willow in his hand, Pant looked confused. During the New Zealand vs. Australia series. Pant also scored 17* and 12* in the first two T20 Internationals. Before getting dismissed for 4 in Kolkata on Sunday. Also, in the T20 format, his batting performances. They haven’t been convincing in recent months.
IND vs NZ 2021, “He hasn’t got his tempo right in T20 cricket. He hasn’t quite understood his role, particularly in this series. Sometimes he is overly cautious, then he is reckless. It doesn’t feel like there is a flow to his game. When you see great T20 batters batting well, it is all about flow and momentum and you just feel a rhythm to it. He hasn’t quite got that yet,” Daniel Vettori said.
Moreover, The Kiwi legend added that the think-tank needs to have a detailed chat. With the youngster and explain exactly what their expectations are from him as a batter.
“I will be surprised if they (team management) don’t talk long and hard about what they expect from him. But, the onus is on Pant to find that right tempo. The reality is, if he doesn’t, they can look elsewhere. They have Ishan Kishan and KL can keep wickets as well in T20. They will give Pant the opportunity to find his rhythm, knowing that they can change pretty quickly as well,” Vettori said.
Prior to the series with New Zealand. Pant also had 39, 12, and 27* scores during India’s T20 World Cup 2021 campaign. Robin Uthappa has a different perspective on Pant’s bat inconsistency. Uthappa noted that the 24-year-old has already played for India. Also, for the last two years, across formats.
“Rishabh has been on the road with the Indian team for a couple of years non-stop. He has made himself available to play anything and everything without complaining. To be constantly in a bubble saps you. I am certain that also has an implication on the way he performs on the field,” Daniel Vettori said.
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