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Rishabh Pant achieved best ever rating by Indian keeper

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1 hour ago, Trichromatic said:

At 17th position now

 

The 21-year-old left-hander Rishabh Pantreached an all-time high aggregate of 673 rating points (by any Indian wicketkeeper) after his century in the drawn final Test in Sydney Monday. Before him, Farokh Maneksha Engineer was the only one to get the ranking in January 1973 with 619 points.

Pant surpassed Mahendra Singh Dhoni who previously had the highest aggregate of 662 points and was ranked 19th.

@velu.  And pets....

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1 hour ago, test fan said:

@velu this is call test wicket keeper bestman ,who only played 1year and got hundreds in Australia & England in his first tour also got highest ever rating by Indian wicketkeeper bastman ..some play 8-9 year but never got hundred outside Asia :giggle::hysterical::finger: 

 

dont get too desperate :phehe:

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1 hour ago, test fan said:

@velu this is call test wicket keeper bestman ,who only played 1year and got hundreds in Australia & England in his first tour also got highest ever rating by Indian wicketkeeper bastman ..some play 8-9 year but never got hundred outside Asia :giggle::hysterical::finger: 

 

sachin 0 pant 1 .. number of test series won in australia :hehe: 

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34 minutes ago, velu said:

 

burnol supplier to you guys for a decade :rotfl: 

Looks like tough time coming ahead for dhoni nd his fans....now withe every match pant play ll smash dhoni out of history books..Will send you desi nuskha Curd to apply in the morning...:giggle:

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12 hours ago, express bowling said:

Pant averages 49.7 in tests  after playing 7 of  his first 9 tests IN England and Australia.

 

How many new touring batsmen have done this  ?

Some day might come when he becomes such a good batsman that we will play him purely as a test batsman like sanga.

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13 minutes ago, Real McCoy said:

Well done Pant. He has overcome his mentor's achievements. He still needs some working on his keeping skills though. He can work on it by being an understudy to the best matchwinner in ODIs :biggrin:

Mentor???

I hope you don't mean msd:hysterical:

Msd is not his mentor....he is the person holding him back .

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19 minutes ago, Real McCoy said:

What will the guy say when he is asked....

He has to survive in the  dirty pond.

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19 minutes ago, Real McCoy said:

What do you expect a youngster to say? That Dhoni was done and should not play for India? Of course he'll praise his senior and at the same time shame him with his performance. If only this senior had some shame left, he would vacate the position for someone doing so well and deserving.

 

As for being a match winner, thank you to MSD, has played 300+ ODIs now, enough rewards for his stellar services. He was not missed for a single test after his retirement, first Saha and now Pant have set newer benchmarks. Same will happen in LOIs. ZERO impact on the team because he sucked in Tests for 2 years before moving out and now sucking since 2015 in LOIs, before his eventual retirement which should not be very far.

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15 minutes ago, beetle said:

What will the guy say when he is asked....

He has to survive in the  dirty pond.

A dirty pond that Gavaskar and Shastri created and Sachin and Saurav swam in it.

6 minutes ago, ShoonyaSifar said:

What do you expect a youngster to say? That Dhoni was done and should not play for India? Of course he'll praise his senior and at the same time shame him with his performance. If only this senior had some shame left, he would vacate the position for someone doing so well and deserving.

 

As for being a match winner, thank you to MSD, has played 300+ ODIs now, enough rewards for his stellar services. He was not missed for a single test after his retirement, first Saha and now Pant have set newer benchmarks. Same will happen in LOIs. ZERO impact on the team because he sucked in Tests for 2 years before moving out and now sucking since 2015 in LOIs, before his eventual retirement which should not be very far.

Would you have the same criteria for Sachin as well. His chase for the 100th 100 was pathetic and so was when he got it in a match losing innings:facepalm:

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