Rohit Sharma and Rishabh Pant are always entertaining when the field together in a Test match. The two never miss an opportunity to tease each other which lightens the mood of everyone. The two were involved in yet another hilarious moment during day 2 of the Test match between India and England at Chennai.
Rishabh Pant was constantly in the ears of the England batsmen as Indian spinners were turning a web around them on a challenging wicket. When India dismissed Olly Stone, Pant and Rohit were spotted having a big laugh and what followed after that left everyone in splits. Rohit Sharma tapped Pant on his helmet as if to tell him he’s his senior in the Indian team.
Hilarious Scenes As Rohit Sharma Slaps Rishabh Pant
The video of the amusing moment between the two went viral on Twitter which had everyone laughing out loud. This is not the first or the last time Rohit and Pant have pulled each other’s leg in the field.
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Rohit to Pant in dressing room: pic.twitter.com/A4QsutZkDs
— Sourav Root (@s0urav27) February 15, 2021
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Coming back to the Test match, India is miles ahead as they now have a lead of 465 runs. Early on day 3, England picked quick wickets and it seemed as if India will bundle out quickly in their second innings. However, captain Virat Kohli and Ravichandran Ashwin showed their class and took India out of trouble.
The Indian captain after failing in the first innings looked determine to score runs on a raging turner. He did exactly that as he notched up his 25th half-century in Test cricket. Kohli was eventually dismissed for 62 but Ashwin carried on and smashed his 5th Test match century. India is currently enjoying themselves with the bat in the third session on day 3. England will have to bat out of their skins if they want to reach anywhere close to the target set by team India.
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