Twitterati in awe as we look at the awesome Twitter reactions on Rishabh Pant for IPL 2019.
Rishabh Pant has caught a lot of attention with his sublime batting in the IPL in the last few years. People around the world have been in awe at Pant’s tremendous hitting skills.
His innings of 49(21) against SRH in the eliminator of IPL 2019 has been the talk of the town. He has won matches for Delhi Capitals from hopeless situations for more than a couple of times. His aggression is his strength and a cause for his downfall, too.
In his latest innings against SRH, he threw his wicket away when only 5 runs were required. The pain of not being able to finish the game off was evident on his face, but he has no else to blame rather than himself. He is talented enough to win matches on his own but requires a bit of maturity to do it on a consistent basis.
It was painful for many to not see him on the flight to the World Cup, but he has made a statement for himself in this IPL. A lot of people took to social media to criticize the Indian selectors for not selecting Pant for the World Cup. We take a look at a few tweets by popular personalities regarding Pant.
TWITTER REACTIONS ON RISHABH PANT:
— Alison Mitchell (@AlisonMitchell) April 22, 2019
Well played @RishabPant777 !! A bat talks the best language 😊
— Anirudh Chaudhry (@AnirudhChaudhry) April 22, 2019
— Michael Vaughan (@MichaelVaughan) May 8, 2019
— Danny Morrison (@SteelyDan66) May 8, 2019
You can fret over @RishabPant777 throwing it away with victory in sight but chew on this: isn’t it 4th game he’s won from a very difficult situation for @DelhiCapitals this season. Should have been on the plane to UK #DCvsSRH
— Vikrant Gupta (@vikrantgupta73) May 8, 2019
— Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) May 8, 2019
Someone please fake an injury, for Pant to replace him.
— Kausthub (@kaustats) May 8, 2019
The above tweets are a very small sample when compared to the humongous amount of tweets regarding Pant. While many wanted him in the WC squad in place of Dinesh Karthik, there were quite a few who wanted Pant to show some composure in his batting.
Irrespective of what people think, Rishabh Pant would want his bat to do the talking. We too wish the same, to see Pant serve Indian cricket to his highest potential.
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