Rishabh Pant Trolled With Funny Memes and Posts After Another Dismissal to Rash Shot Against Bangladesh in IND vs BAN 3rd T20I Match (See Hilarious Reactions)
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Rishabh Pant continued his disastrous from in the three-match T20I series against Bangladesh with another single-digit score at the deciding and 3rd Twenty20 International encounter in Nagpur. Pant was dismissed for just six runs off nine deliveries in the IND vs BAN 3rd T20I game without hitting a single boundary. The southpaw, who turned 22 a month ago, was cleaned-up by Soumya Sarkar while trying a glory shot despite his partner Shreyas Iyer going gung-ho at the other hand and affording Pant enough time to settle down. His dismissal after another disappointing outing led fans trolling him again. India vs Bangladesh Live Cricket Score of 3rd T20I Match.

Pant arrived at the crease in the 13th over after KL Rahul and Shreyas Iyer had stitched an important 60-run stand to rescue India's innings following two early dismissals. Iyer was playing a fabulous innings and all Pant needed was a little calm composure. But the 21-year-old tried to go for the big hits early in his innings and paid the price with Sarkar removing the stumps three overs and a delivery later. MS Dhoni Missed by Twitterati As Rohit Sharma and Boys Arrive on Field in Nagpur for India vs Bangladesh 3rd T20I 2019.

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The left-handed wicketkeeper-batsman tried slogging a slow delivery from Sarkar but failed to make contact with the ball hitting the stumps to send Pant back into the dressing room. It was yet another disappointment for the left-handed batsman, who scored run-a-ball 27 in the first game at Delhi and did not bat in the second.

But despite Rishbah's disappointment, India posted a good total on board with Iyer and KL Rahul hitting fine half-centuries and Manish Pandey playing a quick-fire knock in the latter part of the innings to take India to 174/5 in 20 overs.