Aakash Chopra says he is ‘X-factor’, doesn’t need to audition for T20 World Cup – न्यूज़लीड India

Aakash Chopra says he is ‘X-factor’, doesn’t need to audition for T20 World Cup


Rishabh Pant is the X-factor

In fact, everyone from Sunil Gavaskar to Irfan Pathan questioned his form after watching Rishabh Pant’s flop show in the South Africa T20 series. Many experts had even said that it is difficult for Pant to play the T20 World Cup and even if he is selected for the tournament, he may hardly get a chance to play in the playing-11. However, in the meantime, Akash Chopra has supported the wicketkeeper-batsman. Akash says that Rishabh Pant is going to be India’s X-factor in the upcoming T20 World Cup.

Rishabh is the main player of the team

Rishabh is the main player of the team

According to Aakash Chopra, KL Rahul and captain Rohit Sharma will open. In such a situation, the chances of opening of Ishaan Kishan are very less. The team has only Rishabh Pant in the top order, who bats with the left hand. Because Ravindra Jadeja also plays at number seven. In such a situation, Pant is one of the important players of our team and it is also possible for him to be selected for the World Cup.

Akash on his YouTube channel said, “He was the captain in the series (South Africa series) and when someone is a captain, you think he is safe. A lot of people with me were of the opinion that he should audition.” No need, as he is one of the first names you would want to have when you build a team.

Pant failed in the last World Cup

Pant failed in the last World Cup

Rishabh Pant had disappointed the fans with his performance in the T20 World Cup played in UAE last year. In 3 innings of 5 matches, he scored a total of 78 runs at an average of 39. Recently, in the Africa series too, Rishabh scored a total of 58 runs in 5 innings at a simple average of 14.50. During this his strike rate was also only 105.45.

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