Sports desk. A four-Test series is being played between India and England. After the first two matches of the series, both teams are 1-1. The first two Tests were played at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai. In the first Test, England won by 227 runs and in the second test team India won by 317 runs. Since the second Test match of the series, there is a lot of discussion about the wicketkeeping of Rishabh Pant. After the victory of Team India, captain Virat Kohli also praised Pant’s wicketkeeping, but former England captain Michael Vaughan believes that a good performance in a Test cannot make Pant a good wicketkeeper.
Pant took two great catches and two superfast stumpings in the second Test. Since then, cricket fans and cricket pundits have been praising his wicketkeeping. Vaughan said on Cricbuzz, ‘I will tell the truth, the big positive point for Team India was Rishabh Pant’s wicketkeeping. I think it was a big question for Team India. Can he remain the best team for a long time? If your wicketkeeper catches a catch, then you cannot remain the best, this is the fact. You have to be a good wicketkeeper.
Vaughan continued, ‘I think he is training a lot and is practicing, but he has to go a long way. He has a lot of work to do to become a good and consistent wicketkeeper. A good Test match behind a wicket cannot make you a good wicketkeeper. He has to do it again. ‘