India vs west indies, 3rd ODI: of Indian cricket team Young wicket-keeper-batsman Rishabh Pant (19459004] says that he wants to win the match for India by playing positive cricket. Pant said before the third ODI against the West Indies, "Personally I would like to score big runs, but whenever I get on the pitch, my focus is not on it. I just want to win the match for the team by playing positive cricket. Every match is important to me and I want to be consistently better as a cricketer. ”
Rishabh Pant is undergoing a course of learning in international cricket and said that he wants to improve himself every day as a cricketer and a human being. India's next six-month schedule is very busy and Pant was asked how he looks at this time, so he said, "Every match is important to me and it's not just a matter of the next six months." Each day of my life is important and I want to improve as a player and a human being. I am curious about it. "
Pant scored an attractive half-century in the third and final T20 International against the West Indies, but has faced criticism for his manner of losing wickets despite setting foot at the crease. Pant said, "Personally, I want to play a big innings every time but whenever I get to the crease, I am not focused on it all the time." I lost the wicket after getting to the crease because I want to play normally, positive cricket which will help my team win the match. "
This wicket-keeper batsman said that he is happy that the team management is supporting every player and giving them enough opportunities. The 21-year-old said, "We are not experimenting because we are giving a chance to all the players in the team." Everybody is getting enough opportunities. All are confident about their position as the team management is supporting them. ”
Young wicket-keeper batsman Pant said that it was disappointing to be eliminated from the World Cup semi-finals, but it is time to move on. He said, "We felt bad after losing the World Cup semi-finals but as a professional player we know that we did not play poorly." It was just 45 minutes of bad cricket (against New Zealand).