IPL 2022 | I believe Rishabh Pant will be captain of national team, says WV Raman

Rishabh Pant is doing a good job in IPL 2022 as captain of Delhi Capitals and has won 4 games out of the eight games they have played so far. Former Indian WV cricketer Raman has praised the young wicket-striking striker and added that he sees Rishabh Pant captaining India.

Rishab PantingThe stature of has grown over the years as a player as he has improved a lot. The young wicket-keeper batsman is the captain of the Delhi Capitals in the IPL and has so far won 4 out of the eight games his side have played. Pant was trolled recently after the game against Kolkata Knight Riders for not finishing Kuldeep Yadav‘s four overs even after the latter went 4 wickets for 13 runs during the game.

Former Indian WV cricketer Raman has backed Rishabh Pant and believes the young cricketer has the potential to captain the Indian team in the future. WV Raman also talked about how Pant improved his wicket outfit and also has a great cricketing spirit.

“Rishabh Pant has a great cricketing spirit but he is on a learning curve; and in the last two years he has been working on his attire and fitness and has shown remarkable improvement,” Raman told Cricket. com.

“I believe Pant will carry on and lead the national team, and as to when, we’ll wait and see. For now, he has to learn the ropes over the next couple of years as far as captaincy is concerned,” he said. he added. .

Rishabh Pant will have to do better with the bat as the IPL heads into the final stages of league play and all teams will be looking to give it their all as they look to qualify for the playoffs. Pant will have to beat well because he can change the course of any match on his own.

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