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Rishabh Pant Flaunts His Reverse Ramp Shot During DC Practice
By CricShots - Sep 16, 2020 2:38 pm
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Delhi Capitals’ young wicket-keeper batsman, Rishabh Pant is known for playing extraordinary shots on the field and the flamboyant gloveman surprised one and all during a net session at the Sharjah cricket ground. The Delhi-based franchise took to Twitter to share a video of Pant playing a reverse ramp off Ishant Sharma during one of the practice sessions.

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Rishabh Pant during a practice session of Delhi Capitals

Captioning the short clip on Twitter, Delhi Capitals, “What to Expect When Rishabh’s Batting Chapter 1”. Soon after the Delhi Capitals posted the video, fans applauded the 22-year-old and termed his innovative batting as “Pant power”.

Pant Power,” a fan said. “Rishabh Pant always rock remember this name,” another fan joined in. Delhi Capitals also posted another video of Pant where the young southpaw was seen lighting up the stadium with huge sixes.

Pant was one of Delhi’s best performers with the bat last season as he had amassed as many as 488 runs from 16 matches. He averaged 37.57 and managed a strike rate of over 162.

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Last season, his best knock came against the defending champions Mumbai Indians (DC) in Delhi’s opening game itself when he had smashed 78 runs off just 27 balls. Delhi Capitals are one of the three sides in the tournament who are yet to get their hands on the IPL trophy.

Delhi will be locking horns with Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) in Dubai on September 20 to start their Indian Premier League (IPL) 2020 campaign. Delhi’s last group stage fixture will be against Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) on November 2.

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The 13th edition of the cash-rich league was moved to UAE due to the rising coronavirus cases in India. As per a BCCI release, the schedule for the play-offs and final of IPL 2020 will be announced later.