Rishabh Pant Manoeuvred, Bashed And Banged The Best Bowlers Of IPL Like Hell, Is He The One To Replace MS Dhoni?

Last night at Feroz Shah Kotla Delhi Daredevils middle-order batsman Rishabh Pant delivered the most magnificent performance of the 11th season of IPL against the table toppers Sunrisers Hyderabad.

While the other Delhi Daredevils batsmen had a hard time facing the likes of Bhuvaneshwar Kumar, Sandeep Sharma, and Shakib Al Hasan. The Roorkee boy kept on smashing the balls out of the park to score 128* Off Just 63 Balls with 15 Fours and 7 Sixes to take his team to a total of 187/5.

It is possible for a bowler to stop a man from cracking sixes but how can u stop a player who is trying to break the ball into two pieces.

Interestingly, with this century the left-handed batsman became the first Indian to score a century in IPL 2018.

Meanwhile, Let’s Take A Minute And Applaud Rishabh as he surpassed Murali Vijay to smash Highest T20 score by an Indian in Indian Premier League.

It was an absolute Carnage By Rishabh Pant as he struck 3 consecutive to  Bhuvaneshvar Kumar is not an easy task. Unfortunately, Shikhar Dhawan’s 92* and Kane Williamson’s 83* spoiled the party of DD as Sunrisers Hyderabad chased down the total in 7 balls and won the match by 9 wickets.

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So, if you remember there was a guy called MS Dhoni who was a wicket-keeper batsman and used to hit long sixes during Sourav Ganguly’s era. Well, the 20-year-old Rishabh Pant is also a wicket-keeper batsman and know the art of smashing sixes.

After this superb knock, Pant is now the Orange Cap holder in IPL 2018 as he is now the highest scores with 521 runs in just 11 matches at an average of 52.10 and with a strike rate of 179.66 along with 56 boundaries and 27 sixes.

The question is that whether Pant is now ready to replace MS Dhoni?

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