Team India’s young wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant performed brilliantly in the recently concluded Border-Gavaskar series in Australia. Pant was instrumental in helping Team India win a historic victory at Brisbane’s Gaba ground. The last and decisive Test of the four-match Border-Gavaskar series was played in Brisbane, which India won the series 2–1 by exciting three-wicket win. Since Pant has come from Australia, his family has fallen behind him for a particular reason and he shared this thing himself through Twitter.
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Pant wrote on Twitter, ‘Since I have come from Australia, the housemates are behind to take a new house now. Will Gurugram be right? Tell me if there is any other option. As soon as Pant tweeted it, it went viral in a while and fans are being advised on it with funny comments. Pant is part of Team India for the first two matches of the four-Test series against England from February 5.
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Jabse Australia se aaya hoon gharwale peeche pade hain ki naya ghar le lo ab. Gurgaon sahi rahega? Aur koi option hai toh batao.
– Rishabh Pant (@ RishabhPant17) January 28, 2021
Fans gave fun advice to Pant-
Only salah my middle class mind can give you is ki agar ghar Delhi-NCR me le rahe ho to metro station ke pass hi lena!
– Saloni Gaur (@salonayyy) January 28, 2021
Gabba ka possession mil gaya? Badiya rahega.
– Nikhil 🏏 (@CricCrazyNIKS) January 28, 2021
Jodhpur me Le Lo
Salman bhai se mulakat hoti rahegi
– Anand Thakur (@ iamakt27) January 28, 2021
I can guarantee that even kohli and rohit doesnt have guts to ask this question on twitter🤣
– Prana (@ Prana30060168) January 28, 2021
greater noida aaja bhai, sasta milega yahan aur airport bhi aa raha hai ..
– 🦁 (@AndColorPockeT) January 28, 2021
Risabh bhai aap ranchi me ghar le lo. Padhai Likahai aur masti bhi hoo jayegi … Ya fir isse ghar me shift ho jayo pic.twitter.com/kJDx8SBvR4
– Kumar satyam (@ms_satyam) January 28, 2021
Talking about the Test series played in Australia, Pant was third in terms of scoring the most runs in this four-match series. He scored 274 runs in five innings of three matches. Pant chipped in with 29, 36, 97, 23 and not out 89 runs from the order.