Yuvraj Singh Wants Rishabh Pant To Achieve More Than Him
After the announcement of Yuvraj Singh’s retirement, there came many wishes for him on social media panel. One of them to send in his wishes was Rishabh Pant. Meanwhile, the retired-man Yuvraj Singh wants the youngster to do much more than him for the Indian National Cricket Team.
Yuvraj Singh and Rishabh Pant have got a brilliant rapport between them. Both being a left-handed batsman and attacking players, the former left-hander Yuvraj Singh wants to guide Rishabh Pant to success.
In his tweet, Rishabh Pant asked Yuvraj Singh to have a lovely time following the retirement. Further, he went on to add saying that he is a legend of the game, who really showed what the fight would look in the game of cricket.
”A brother. A mentor. A fighter. A LEGEND of the game and a Superb human being Wish you the very best in your journey ahead
@YUVSTRONG12 May the innings ahead be as killer as you”
I will be keeping a check on you – Yuvraj Singh to Rishabh Pant
In reply, the man of the tournament in ICC World Cup 2011 expressed his optimism on Rishabh Pant doing wonders for the Indian team in his career. Further, Yuvraj Singh added that he will keep a close eye on his journey in the International Cricket.
”I will make sure that you achieve more than me, and I’ll be keeping a check on you Thank you for your love and wishes,” Yuvraj Singh replied.
I will make sure that you achieve more than me, and I’ll be keeping a check on you 🤨 Thank you for your love and wishes https://t.co/aQFSeTKKlR
— yuvraj singh (@YUVSTRONG12) June 11, 2019
Well, as Yuvraj Singh said, Rishabh Pant has got a lot of talent and age on his side to make things fall in place. Meanwhile, the Delhi lad is on verge of boarding a plane to England as a replacement for Shikhar Dhawan. However, the team management is waiting for further reports on Dhawan’s progress.
For time-being, wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant has been asked to board the earliest possible flight to England and join the Indian team as a cover for injured opener Shikhar Dhawan.
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