IND vs ENG: To improve his game, Rishabh Pant approached these four, including Virat Kohli in the India squad

Rishabh Pant, one of the greatest form of his career in Test cricket, is being considered as the highlight of the five-match Test series against England. Pant debuted against the team three years ago and was jam-packed with centuries in English conditions. Pant was scoring in almost every form of cricket at the moment, but in 2020 the Indian wicketkeeper faced a difficult period. Pant recently revealed the names of the four men in the India squad, taking their help to improve their game.

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While interacting with ‘BCCI TV’, Rishabh Pant said, ‘All senior staff and coaching staff interact with Rohit Bhai a lot. About the game, about the previous games, what we did or didn’t do. If this situation comes back in the future, how can we handle it, we can add to it. Virat Bhaiyya will always be there to solve my problems related to technical issues, especially in England how to play, stand or stay. Pant said he would also consult with Coach Ravi Shastri and Ashwin. He said, ‘Ash Bhai (Ravichandran Ashwin) always has an idea of ​​what a batsman can do, so when he bowls, I ask him what I think as a batsman. As a player, I want to learn from everyone.

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Speaking about her international career so far, Pant said, ‘It was an amazing journey because I saw so many ups and downs early in my career. You grow as a cricketer, learn from your mistakes, improve yourself and come back and perform well. I am glad I learned from my mistakes and took advantage of any opportunity I got after that. I’m happy. ‘

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