Rishabh Pant’s ‘brain fade’ instant leaves Twitterati in the division



Rishabh Pant has absolutely been one of the glowing light sources for Team India in their current Chennai Test. And that does not fall because of his wicketkeeping skills, but because of his funny antics back the stumps.

Having entertaining one and all with his witty talk, Rishabh Pant’s ‘brain fade’ instant with the gloves is definitely a hilarious one.

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bowled a full-toss to England’s Ollie Pope and the last tried to work it around leg-side. But he could just take a top-edge, which tossed high up in the air. Rishabh Pant had no idea in which direction the ball was going, and ran about a point like a brainless chicken, searching for the ball in the air.

In actuality, the ball was heading in the order to back the stumps. So Rishabh Pant running in an entirely different direction was a little funny.


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Fans React on Twitter go crazy over Rishabh Pant’s prank

Indian fans have had a rather hard pair of days. Consequently, such antics from the 23-year-old raised their spirits. They couldn’t help but take to Twitter to express their effects. Here is what their fans had to say:


Team India aligned with Day 2 having a recent opposition batsman at the fold in the form of Ben Stokes. The hosts had expected to reduce England to as low a score as likely. But Stokes’ blistering 82 just took the enterprise away from Team India and the multitude had to go through another wicketless term.

Despite the visitors lose Stokes after Lunch, captain Joe Root continued his long watch at the crease and well mannered his 5th Test 200. England’s total has worked in excess of the 500-run mark and they are right proceeding to pile the suffering on the hosts.

Team India will require to batter batting in their first innings or otherwise they could find yourself in serious trouble to even save the Chennai Test.


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