Syed Musthaq Ali Trophy: Delhi in the Final, what is Rishabh Pant saying?

Rishabh Pant

Rishabh Pant the captain of Delhi

Internet Desk: After being the runners in the Ranji Trophy Delhi again reached in the Final of Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy winning by just three runs in a nail biting encounter against Uttar Pradesh in the Semi Finals at the Jadavpur University campus, Salt Lake. Rishabh Pant scored 58 runs in just 34 deliveries to help Delhi to reach the Final.
But even if Delhi goes to the final, Gautam Gambhir yet to get back his form as the former opener of the country did not get runs in three consecutive matches. Although Rishabh won’t find anything to worry about it. “It can happen in cricket, he is a veteran batsman, who always performs in a big match, so nothing to worry about it, and we want to play with positive mindset as we played earlier.”

Delhi in the Final for the very first time in the domestic T-20 competition as Delhi will face Rajasthan in the final of the Tournament as the captain Rishabh said, “We have played a very good tournament and performed  together in the, so we want to win in the Final. We don’t want to lose it”

In the 2016 IPL, Rishabh played an explosive innings of 97 runs against Gujarat Lions only for 43 runs. As a result, Delhi Daredevils held him before the auction. This young left-hander is also in form this season. Rishabh said, “Delhi Daredevils have given me a chance to do well for them, so I want to retain this form.”

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