New Delhi: Team India is currently facing England in the third test match. On the first day of this match, India were all out after scoring just 78 runs and England took their score more than 100 runs without losing any wicket. Team India’s wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant made a big mistake on the first day of the match, after which the umpire interrupted him.
Rishabh Pant revealed that he had to change his ‘stance’ at the behest of the umpire on the first day of the third Test against England at Headingley as he stood outside the crease to deal with swing. Actually, marks were being made from the feet in the ‘danger area’ of Pant pitch. Pant said in a virtual press conference on Wednesday after the end of the day’s play, ‘I was standing outside the crease and my front foot was coming in the danger area, so he (umpire) told me that I cannot stand here. .’
had to change my stance
Left-handed batsman Pant (Rishabh Pant) said, ‘So I had to change my stance but as a cricketer I do not think much about it because whoever did it, the umpire would talk to him the same way. I didn’t do that on the next ball.
right to bat
Pant also termed captain Virat Kohli’s decision to bat first after winning the toss but also admitted that the wicket was soft in the morning. He said, ‘It is part of the game. Every day batsmen give their 100 per cent but all the time everything is not good. The wicket was a bit soft in the morning and he bowled well. We should have batted better. We can take lessons from this. That’s what we can do as cricketers. You learn from your mistakes and improve.
Due to the constant failure of the top order, Pant has to come to the crease soon but he sees it as an opportunity. He said, ‘Whatever the situation, you have to first think about the team and what you can do in that situation. If the top order doesn’t work, you get a chance. I see it as an opportunity and if you take the team out of that situation, it will be a big achievement for you as a cricketer.