Watch: Rishabh Pant Pleads Ajinkya Rahane To Go For DRS As Rohit Sharma Pokes Fun At Him

Young Indian wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant is one of the most charged players on the cricket field. From constantly chattering behind the stumps to appealing on every moment at every opportunity he gets, Pant never fails to grab all the attention on-field.

Team India has been struggling with their DRS calls for some time now and ever since Ajinkya Rahane has taken charge as the stand-in skipper of the team, he has been wise with his DRS calls.

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Time and again we have seen Indian players forcing Rahane to go for the DRS calls, however, Rahane has always maintained his calm when it comes to DRS calls and has never let anyone get to his nerves while going for the referrals.

Rishabh Pant

On Friday, another incident took place featuring Rishabh Pant going wildly for the DRS, which is going viral for all the hilarious reasons. It happened during the dying overs of day 1 of the ongoing fourth Test match at the Gabba when T Natarajan bowled a decent ball that seemed to have gone closely past the bat of Tim Paine.

Although, everyone was quick to adjudged that the ball was nowhere near the bat of Tim Paine. However, the Indian keeper Rishabh Pant was keen on reviewing it as he felt that Tim Paine had nicked the ball and Pant wanted to go for the DRS.

For the same, Pant literally begged the stand-in skipper Ajinkya Rahane, who brushed it off. Meanwhile, the rest of the players in the slip couldn’t help but laugh at the young keeper.

The video of the same has been going viral on social media. Here, watch the video:


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