Rashbha Pant, the wicketkeeper of the Indian team, has entertained audiences not only with the bat, but also with his batsmen, behind the stump during the recently concluded Test series. During the series, the fan group of India Army dedicated a song to Rishabh Pant, where Australian captain Tim Penn had taken a pinch, whose banquet asked the Indian wicketkeeper to raise his children. After winning India's historic Test series against Australia, an integral Pant appreciated the efforts of the Indian Army and showed his dance moves on songs made for him during the post-match celebration.
The Indian Army posting the video of Rishabh Pant's Dance on his twitter account, said, "@ Rishabhpant 777 scenes dancing on our song; & # 39; We have got Pantha! '
#AUSvIND View of @ RishabPant777 Dance for our song; & # 39; We've got Pantheus & # 39;
& # 39; We've got Pant
I do not think you will understand
He will beat you for a six
He will give your children a baby
We have got Rishabh Pant?
#BharatArmySongBook #BharatArmy # 12thMan #COTI pic.twitter.com/l9WoTlqLnu
– India Army (@theharatarmy) January 9, 2019
After the Melbourne Test, Pant also proved that he was a game because he had photographed a picture with Tim Penn's wife Bonnie, who posted the picture on his Instagram Story, calling Pant a "best daisy".
During the series, Pant scored 320 runs in Sydney with the highest score of 159 not out. As a result, he received the joint-highest rating by an Indian wicket-keeper batsman.
Pant, with 673 points in Test ratings, retired former India captain MS Dhoni. Dhoni, who retired from the longest format of the game in 2014, had 662 points.
The Delhi batsman has so far played nine Tests for the national team, which has scored 696 runs at an average of 49.71. There are also two hundred and fifty fifties in his name.