IPL 2019: Gautam Gambhir has a suggestion for Rishabh Pant

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XtraTime Web Desk: It is proven to everyone that India’s young wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant is very much talented and he has proved that too in this year’s Indian Premier League as he has scored 245 runs so far in 8 matches. But his main problem is that he is inconsistent and most of the time he failed to convert his good start to a big score. For that reason Delhi Capitals head coach Ricky Pointing a couple of days ago said that the young keeper need to keep his focus and be more responsible. Today against SunRisers Hyderabad Pant again failed to convert his start in a big score as he got out on 23 runs in 19 deliveries. His former captain of Delhi Ranji team & former Indian cricketer Gautam Gambhir thinks that Pant has a problem in his bottom hand while playing and that’s the reason for him getting out most of the time.”If you see it correctly when he got out his bottom hand opened up which shouldn’t have happened. In the net sessions as well I saw that his bottom hand opens up most of the time when he tries to play big shots. He needs to rectify this as early as possible,'” said Gambhir.

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