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Rishabh Pant Finds A New Friend In A Drone At The Motera Stadium
By CricShots - Feb 23, 2021 4:57 pm
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Ahead of India’s upcoming third Test match against England, the young wicket-keeper batsman, Rishabh Pant introduced fans to his “new friend”, a drone that he named “Spidey”. The third Test match is scheduled to be commencing on February 24, at the Motera Stadium in Ahmedabad. Taking to Instagram, Pant shared a video of him using the drone.

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Rishabh Pant imitating spider-man

Captioning the video on Instagram, Rishabh Pant wrote: “I’ve spent a lot of time behind the stumps, thought of taking in a new view at the nets today! Meet my new friend, I call him spidey.” Here is the videof:


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In the video, Pant can be seen recording a net session of the Indian Team with the drone. Recently, the BCCI posted aerial footage of the Motera Stadium, which garnered a lot of attention from cricket fans on social media.

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The four-match Test series is currently level at 1-1, with India winning the second Test by a huge margin of 317 runs. England won the first Test by 227 runs. The third and fourth Test matches will be held at the Motera Stadium, starting from February 24 and March 4 respectively.

Starting from the third Test, the Motera Stadium is scheduled to host seven international matches in a row in the period of 30 days or so, and is also the world’s largest cricket ground with a seating capacity of 1,10,000. 50% of the crowd will be allowed at the venue and tickets are expected to have sold already.

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Describing the same, BCCI Presdient, Sourav Ganguly said, “Ahmedabad is completely sold out. I speak to Jay Shah and he’s very keen on these Test matches. I have told Jay Shah that we have set an example with pink-ball Test last year in Kolkata, so it cannot go beyond that and we want to see every seat and stand full.”