Team India's young player Rishabh Pant performed brilliantly in the T20 series against New Zealand. Seeing Pant's batting, Indian team's chief selector MSK Prasad was also pleased. Prasad said in a recent interview that Rishabh's batting has improved considerably. He has emerged as a mature player. Chief selector also responded to World Cup 2019. Rishabh faced 28 balls scoring 12 balls in the last match against New Zealand. He also had three sixes in this period.
In fact, Indian team chief selector MSK Prasad said in an interview to a news website that Pant has made an effective performance against New Zealand. But Vijay Shankar has done a great job in the last match to increase the problems of World Cup selection. However Pant has played only three ODIs. But the important thing is that they have done well in Test formats and T20s. Pant has also made his mark while playing for India A.
If look at Pant's performance, he scored 72 in 3 T-20 matches against New Zealand. During this time he had a strike rate of 144. But the important thing is that he scored 28 runs in Hamilton playing just 12 balls, including three sixes and one four. While Vijay Shankar scored 84 runs in 3 matches. During this time he had a strike rate of 155.56. Vijay Shankar scored 43 while batting at No. 3 in the last match. He faced 28 balls and hit 5 fours and two sixes.