The BCCI president Sourav Ganguly has stated that the Indian wicket-keeper Rishabh Pant should be allowed to play his natural game which has been very effective so far. Pant has been in fine form for India in all the formats for India in the last six months and he is going to be an X factor for India in the World Test Championship final.
The inaugural edition of the World Test Championship final is here to take place at the Rose Bowl, Southampton and it is going to be a nail-biting contest between the two nations who have deserved to be in the finals. Both teams are equally balanced and they do have world-class bowling attacks which can take 20 wickets easily.
“Pant Is An Unbelievable Talent” – Sourav Ganguly
Sourav Ganguly mentioned that Pant is an unbelievable talent who is going to win games for his nation single-handedly. He added that Pant being a game-changer should be allowed to play his natural game in any situation and this has always worked in favour of the nation. He also said that players like Pant should be left alone to express themselves rather than stressing on them for more outcome.
“Pant is an unbelievable talent. He’s one of those players who can single-handedly change the course of a game. Pant is that kind of a game-changer. He should be allowed to play his natural game. It is better to let such players play like themselves.”
Sourav Ganguly Belives India To Be Successful In England
The former Indian captain Sourav Ganguly cleared the air about the Indian batsmen facing issues to the moving ball in England and he is very confident that the current Indian team can perform in any conditions. He also believes that India will certainly do well in the England conditions this time and not worry about the past.
“In England, the ball swings more and that’s why there have been some issues. You have to play a bit late. But let’s just forget what has happened in the past. This Indian team have performed brilliantly everywhere. Everyone is a top cricketer. I firmly believe this team will be successful in England”
The BCCI director Sourav Ganguly scored a test century on his debut at the Lord’s in 1996 and he is one of the greatest Indian left-handers of all time.