Wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant doesn’t need to make drastic changes and will come good in India’s ongoing five-Test series against England, said Dinesh Karthik. Karthik, a wicketkeeper-batsman himself who is part of the commentary panel for the series, said that he is confident Pant will come good in the series.
“Pant has got most of his runs that way, he got tons of it in Australia and you will have to give him the time and allow him to flourish,” Karthik told TOI.
“I don’t think he needs to change anything drastically in the middle of the series. Pant knows how to deal with these conditions. He is a match-winner and I believe he will come good,” he said.
Pant was India’s highest run scorer in their 2020/21 Test series against Australia with 274 runs in five innings. He led India to victory in the series by scoring an unbeaten 89 off 138 balls in the fourth innings of the final Test at the Gabba. It helped India chase down a target of 328 and marked the first time in over three decades that Australia had lost a Test match at the Gabba.