In front of the T20 World Cup what begins on Sunday, India captain Virat Kohli has incited wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant in a pleasant manner to get the Delhi player’s mind-set up for the impending uber occasion.
With Pant’s temperament a clenched down after his group Delhi Capitals’ loss to Kolkata Knight Riders in Qualifier 2, Kohli, in a TVC video delivered by T20 World Cup’s true telecaster Star Sports, attempts to spur his wicketkeeper by letting him know that India is yet to discover a wicketkeeper like MS Dhoni. Dhoni was likewise the chief when India won the debut T20 World Cup in 2007, beating Pakistan in the last.
With Pant discussing his batting abilities, Kohli advises him that he has various wicketkeepers, telling him that he needs to catch up on his wicketkeeping abilities further.
“Rishabh, sixes win you coordinates in T20 cricket,” Kohli tells Pant in a virtual bring in the video shared by Star Sports India.
“Try not to stress bhaiya, I am rehearsing each day. It was a wicketkeeper that won India a World Cup by hitting a six,” said Pant, alluding to Dhoni completing the 2011 World Cup last with a six at the Wankhede Stadium, in this way packing India their subsequent World Cup title.
“Indeed, yet India lack a wicketkeeper like Mahi bhai from that point forward,” Kohli says. At the point when Pant says that he is India’s wicketkeeper, Kohli says: “See I have a great deal of wicketkeepers, we should see who plays in the warm-ups.”
India will play two warm-up matches against England (October 18) and Australia (Oct 20) in front of the T20 World Cup.
India will begin their T20 World Cup crusade against most despised opponents Pakistan in Dubai on October 24.