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After returning from Australia, Pant’s family members are asking him to take them home. He was India’s leading run scorer on the tour of Australia. He had scored 274 runs in 5 innings. (File photo)
Team India wicketkeeper batsman Rishabh Pant is looking for a new home. Pant said that the family has followed him on the new house. He has also sought suggestions from fans on social media about the new house.
‘Tell me if there is an option other than Gurgaon’
Pant said, “Ever since I came from Australia, the housemates have been following me to take a new house. Pant also said that they are looking for a house in Gurgaon. He wrote, will Gurgaon be right? Or tell me if there is any other option.
Pant was India’s leading run scorer on Australia tour
Pant was India’s leading run scorer on the tour of Australia. He had scored 274 runs in 5 innings. He played a key role in the victory in the last Test in Gaba. Chasing a target of 328 runs, he was not out scoring 89 runs.
Despite injury in Sydney, he landed on the ground and drew
The defeat at Gaba was the first defeat Australia had received on this ground in 32 years. Earlier he also played a key role in the third Test draw in Sydney. Pant had scored 97 runs in the fourth innings in Sydney. He was also hurt during the innings. He did not go wicketkeeping during Australia’s second innings. He was replaced by Wriddhiman Saha as the Substitute Wicketkeeper.
Two wicketkeepers in the Indian team against England
India won the series 2–1 against Australia. Pant has also been included in the squad for the series against England. Along with him, Saha is also included in the team as an extra wicketkeeper.