IND vs ENG: This photo of Rishabh Pant is going viral on social media, fans said – always cool, successful in international cricket

Team India wicketkeeper batsman Rishabh Pant is always in the spotlight due to his funny style. Pant may look very aggressive against opposing bowlers on the field, but he is very cool off the field and has fun with teammates. Pant’s cool style is seen in the second Test at the Lord’s between India and England, in which he is resting in a dressing room wearing a pad. This photo of Pant is going viral on social media and fans are saying that his success in international cricket.

In fact, in the photo that goes viral, he is seen wearing a pant pad and jersey and waiting for his batting. He is lying in the dressing room and Mohammed Shami is sitting in front of him. There is also a smile on Pant’s face as he talks with Shami. This style of pant is very appealing to fans. Sharing this photo of Pant, a fan wrote, ‘Rishabh Pant is always happy, always cool. That is why he has been successful in international cricket for some time. India’s victory in the Lord’s Test rests on Pant. Pant, who is playing 14 at the end of the fourth day, is responsible for giving the team a big lead on the last day of the Test.

IND vs ENG: Who wins at Lord’s, these three Indian players are responsible for the last day of the test

By the end of the fourth day of the second Test, Team India scored 181 runs for the loss of 6 wickets in the second innings. India’s lead is now 154 runs. KL Rahul, who scored a century in the first innings, could not show anything special in the second innings and was dismissed for just 5 runs. Rohit Sharma started well but he could not turn it into a big innings. Both Rahul and Rohit were sent to the Mark Wood Pavilion. Captain Virat Kohli (20) was taken by Sam Curran. Cheteshwar Pujara (45) and Ajinkya Rahane (61) showed signs of returning to form and compiled a century for the fourth wicket. However, in the last period, Moeen sent Ali Rahane and then sent Ravindra Jadeja (3) to the pavilion to get the English team back in the match.

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