“Milega, Daalte Reh, Tu Hi Hai”: Rishabh Pant’s Stump Mic Chatter On Return. Watch


One of the most bizarre wicketkeepers in the world, Rishabh Pant returned to cricket action as Delhi Capitals defeated Punjab Kings in their opening match of the Indian Premier League (IPL) campaign. Pant, playing his first cricket match in more than 14 months, did not play the kind of innings he wanted with the bat, but he impressed with his captaincy from behind the stumps. As soon as Pant returned to the field, his strange conversation was captured on the stump mic.

Encouraging spinner Kuldeep Yadav to continue bowling on the same line, Pant told him, “Milega, dalta rahe, tu hi hai.”

Pant's efforts to motivate Kuldeep were successful as the left-arm wrist spinner got the prized wicket of Jitesh Sharma. Here is the video:

On his return, Pant could not inspire his team to victory, while Punjab Kings secured a comfortable win.

Sam Curran's half-century and his 67-run partnership with Liam Livingstone helped Punjab Kings (PBKS) register a four-wicket win over Delhi Capitals (DC) in Rishabh Pant's comeback game during the Indian Premier League in Mullanpur.

Ishant got injured while bowling. Pant praised the strong innings of batsman Abhishek Porel. Pant also said that he was nervous while batting, but one has to go through it.

“Ishant's injury was clearly visible because we still had a player short… We lagged a bit with the bat. Abhishek came in and scored some runs which were important. We lacked extra bowling. We really I pulled it back in the end but couldn't finish the job…(It's) an integral part of the game. Personally, I was quite nervous (on returning to the field) but when you enter the field you have to One has to go through this. This is not the first time that I am nervous, but I am happy with it,” Pant said.

“I think our score was equal, but because we had one bowler less, because of injury, we can't do much about that. The wicket played as we expected, so we can't make any excuses. Will learn from this, but it's okay to be one bowler less. Never good. End of the day, he played well (PBKS). Porel's finish helped us finish on a high. It was an amazing innings, congratulations to him. I Seems like it's just his third or fourth game but the kind of impact he's made was huge. Really hopeful. [to seeing him] This season,” he said.

with ANI input

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