Indian Cricket Team’s Brutal wicket-keeper batter Rishabh Pant had a terrible accident on 30th December (Friday). Pant was in his Mercedes SUV when he was heading back to his hometown Roorkee. The batter had a life-threatening accident where he was rescued by a Bus Driver when his car crashed into a divider.
Pant has been cleared of any major issues but it is assumed that he would require several weeks to get back on his feet as there is a ligament tear on his right knee. The left-handed batter has been an inseparable part of the team where he has stood up when the top order has failed.
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Ishan Kishan Interacts With Fan
Ishan Kishan was playing for his Jharkhand team against Railways in the Ranji Trophy match. Kishan was seen taking selfies with the fans during which one fan asked about Rishabh Pant.
Watch: Ishan Kishan with a fan
Ishan Kishan getting to know about Rishabh Pant's accident through fans. I do understand fan emotions but breaking a news like this in the middle of the game is not a good idea. Few fans realized this and told him to focus on the game. Good on Ishan to maintain his composure. pic.twitter.com/cEG0fd3jYa
— Kanav Bali🏏 (@Concussion__Sub) January 2, 2023
Great Chance for Ishan Kishan
It is assumed that Ishan Kishan would get a call-up against Australia Tests. The left-handed batter has some serious hitting ability and at the same time, he could be the like-for-like replacement. The problem with him is that he hasn’t played a lot of red-ball cricket which could be a concern leading into a high-voltage series.
KS Bharat has been around the team for a couple of years but the batter isn’t that aggressive. If the management goes for KS Bharat then the team won’t have a left-handed batter present in the team. It would be interesting to see how things pan out Aussies would be keen to register their first Test Series win since 2004.