WTC Final: In the last session of the Reserve Day, Delhi Capitals gave the reason for replacing Saha Pant

After defeating New Zealand by eight wickets in the final of the ICC World Test Championship (WTC), the Indian cricket team once again avoided winning the ICC Trophy. Team India have not won the ICC tournament title once since Virat Kohli became captain. In the WTC finals, the Indian team started the reserve day with a two-wicket haul of 64 and took a 32-run lead. So the outcome of the match could have gone either way. But once again, everyone’s eyes were on explosive wicketkeeper batsman Rishabh Pant. But even Pant could not make much impact and was able to score only 41 off 88 balls.

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After batting, Pant was responsible for helping Indian bowlers get wickets behind the wicket. But in the last session of the reserve day, he walked off the field and Pant failed to do so as Wriddhiman was also behind the wicket to replace him. After Pant left the field, narrator Ian Bishan said that Pant was not healthy for him, so went out.

The young batsman plays for the Delhi Capitals in the Pant IPL. A statement from the Delhi capitals has now been issued regarding Pant’s departure from the constituency. “Rishabh Pant is ill and retains wicket in his place as Vriddhiman Saha,” Delhi Katipals wrote on Twitter.

Fans are worried about Pant’s ill health as he has to play a five-match Test series with Team India England since August 4. Pant has been a regular part of the Indian team in recent times and in such a situation, his illness could be a warning hour for Team India. Currently, Pant and Saha are wicketkeepers with India in Test cricket. Of these, Pant has played more matches than Saha.

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