Reverse Sweep Cost Rishabh Pant Again, Got Dismissed in Similar Way in Consecutive Matches

Team India is playing their second game in the Super Eight stage. In the second match, they face Bangladesh at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in Antigua. Team India is in a great position after winning consecutive matches. While batting first, the Indian batters are showing their dazzling side. But the bad luck continued for Rishabh Pant as he got dismissed similarly as he was dismissed in the last match. 

Pant’s Similar Dismissal in Consecutive matches:

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The entire cricket world is witnessing the thrilling T20 World Cup 2024. In the seventh match of the Super Eight stage, Team India is facing Bangladesh. After Rohit Sharma was dismissed, Rishabh Pant came to bat. He played a quick-fire knock of 36 runs in 24 balls. But soon he faced bad luck after getting out on a similar delivery in the previous game. 

In the 12th over of the match, Bangladeshi bowler Rishad Hossain came to bowl and Rishabh Pant was on strike. Rishad bowled a fuller and faster delivery just outside off. Pant attempted a reverse sweep but ended up dragging it off the thick inside edge straight to the short third fielder. The extra bounce may have disrupted his timing. Tanzim Hasan Shakib seized the chance and took the catch, ensuring Pant’s dismissal.

A similar incident happened in the last match against Afghanistan. Pant was dismissed in the match against Afghanistan. In that match, Pant entered in the third over following Rohit Sharma’s dismissal. Attempting a reverse sweep off Rashid Khan’s first over right after the powerplay, he misjudged a very full delivery. Though he had already played a few unconventional shots, this time he missed the ball completely and was trapped in front. The umpire immediately adjudged him out, ending his brief stint at the crease. The incident was recreated again against Bangladesh. 

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Team India’s Clean Team Game:

Since the beginning of the tournament, Team India has had a dazzling start. They started the tournament with a win against Bangladesh in a warm-up match, they are continuing the winning streak. While batting in the first innings of this game, Team India played an intense team game. While opening the innings, Rohit Sharma scored 23 runs. Virat Kohli played an impactful knock of 37 runs in 28 balls. 

Coming to bat at the number 3 position, Rishabh Pant played a quick-fire knock of 36 runs in 24 balls. After Suryakumar Yadav’s dismissal, Shivam Dube and Hardik Pandya maintained an exceptional partnership. Dube scored 34 runs. Hardik Pandya completed his half-century and walked back remaining unbeaten. India put on a challenging total of 196/5 in 20 overs.  

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Team India is playing their second game in the Super Eight stage. In the second match, they face Bangladesh at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in Antigua. Team India is in a great position after winning consecutive matches. While batting first, the Indian batters are showing their dazzling side. But the bad luck continued for Rishabh Pant as he got dismissed similarly as he was dismissed in the last match. 

Pant’s Similar Dismissal in Consecutive matches:

The entire cricket world is witnessing the thrilling T20 World Cup 2024. In the seventh match of the Super Eight stage, Team India is facing Bangladesh. After Rohit Sharma was dismissed, Rishabh Pant came to bat. He played a quick-fire knock of 36 runs in 24 balls. But soon he faced bad luck after getting out on a similar delivery in the previous game. 

In the 12th over of the match, Bangladeshi bowler Rishad Hossain came to bowl and Rishabh Pant was on strike. Rishad bowled a fuller and faster delivery just outside off. Pant attempted a reverse sweep but ended up dragging it off the thick inside edge straight to the short third fielder. The extra bounce may have disrupted his timing. Tanzim Hasan Shakib seized the chance and took the catch, ensuring Pant's dismissal.

A similar incident happened in the last match against Afghanistan. Pant was dismissed in the match against Afghanistan. In that match, Pant entered in the third over following Rohit Sharma's dismissal. Attempting a reverse sweep off Rashid Khan's first over right after the powerplay, he misjudged a very full delivery. Though he had already played a few unconventional shots, this time he missed the ball completely and was trapped in front. The umpire immediately adjudged him out, ending his brief stint at the crease. The incident was recreated again against Bangladesh. 

Team India’s Clean Team Game:

Since the beginning of the tournament, Team India has had a dazzling start. They started the tournament with a win against Bangladesh in a warm-up match, they are continuing the winning streak. While batting in the first innings of this game, Team India played an intense team game. While opening the innings, Rohit Sharma scored 23 runs. Virat Kohli played an impactful knock of 37 runs in 28 balls. 

Coming to bat at the number 3 position, Rishabh Pant played a quick-fire knock of 36 runs in 24 balls. After Suryakumar Yadav’s dismissal, Shivam Dube and Hardik Pandya maintained an exceptional partnership. Dube scored 34 runs. Hardik Pandya completed his half-century and walked back remaining unbeaten. India put on a challenging total of 196/5 in 20 overs.  

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