Shreyas Iyer, an Indian batsman, praises Rishabh Pant and claims that He has the ability to take the pressure off his partner.
Rishabh Pant and Shreyas Iyer led India’s rescue act on Day 2 of the 2nd Test after the big guns at the top failed on a tricky pitch in Mirpur against Bangladesh.
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Pant and Iyer devised their own version of ‘Bazball’ after Taijul Islam troubled the Indian hitters on Day 2. Shubman Gill, KL Rahul, and Cheteshwar Pujar were all out in the first session, and Virat Kohli was out early in the second. Iyer and Pant, on the other hand, opened with a counter-attack and thereafter mainly sustained the run pace to push India above Bangladesh’s total.
Pant eventually went for 93 off 104 balls, the sixth time in his career he has fallen in the 90s. Shreyas Iyer also fell short of his century, scoring 87 off 105 balls. India was eventually all out for 314 runs, giving them an 87-run lead. Bangladesh made seven runs off it and finished at 7/0, trailing the visitors by 80 runs.
“Pant played a crucial knock in that partnership”: Shreyas Iyer
Shreyas Iyer praises Rishabh Pant and claims that He has the ability to take the pressure off during crucial situations.
“The start we got it wasn’t that intense, but I thrive under such challenges. The pressure lifts me, Pant played a crucial knock in that partnership. He gave me calmness and composure in that partnership. It wasn’t that intense, we have played at Delhi, I know his mindset.” We talk through actions, he maintained his calmness and he targeted the right bowlers,” Shreyas Iyer stated at the end of Day 2.
“He has the ability to take the pressure off his partner. I feel he is okay, he was getting cramps. I think he will be ready to pounce tomorrow. The ball is kept low, the wicket has variable bounce. The contributions by the bowlers in the first innings, it was commendable. We just need to find the right lengths and bowls in the right areas,” Shreyas Iyer Added.
India may have a minor advantage because Bangladesh still needs to score 80 runs before it can truly set a target for them.