Watch – Rohit Sharma’s Hilarious Reaction After Rishabh Pant’s DRS Call Goes Wrong
There are quite a few moments in the game which went wrong for the Indian National Cricket Team at Delhi. One of them was not using the DRS system whenever it was required. What came as a surprise was that they wasted the opportunity for nick when the bowler Chahal was not so confident but Rohit Sharma trusted his wicket-keeper Rishabh Pant.
It was in the middle of the innings when Mushfiqur Rahim was trapped in front of the wicket for a couple of times, however, surprisingly, Rohit Sharma and Co never went for the DRS. In fact, there was no meeting regarding it as well.
Rishabh Pant got it wrong thrice:
Later, witnessing it on the screen, they have had nothing to do with it rather than watching each other faces. Within a few moments, Rishabh Pant and Chahal went for a big appeal against Sarkar for a caught behind. But, the replay showed a flat line when the ball passed the bat.Rishabh Pant. (Credits: Twitter)
Well, following the conclusion of DRS, Rohit Sharma gave a hilarious reaction to Rishabh Pant, which instantly went viral on social media. However, a few of them recalled the moments when MS Dhoni used to give Indian skipper a perfect suggestion.
Coming to the match, Bangladesh bowlers started it off brilliantly to make things fall in place. They have sent Rohit Sharma for a cheap score and never allowed quick runs for the batsmen in the middle. However, the cameo from Krunal Pandya and Washington at the end helped them to score 148 on the board.
Chasing 149 for victory, Bangladesh rode on Mushfiqur Rahim’s unbeaten 60 off 43 balls and Soumya Sarkar’s 39 off 35 balls to reach the target with 3 balls to spare. Mushfiqur and Sarkar were part of a 44-run partnership for the third wicket while Sarkar also added 46 with debutant Mohammad Naim, who made 26 off 28 balls.
Here is a video:
Rohit Sharma reacting to Rishabh Pant's failed DRS review! Absolutely hilarious 😂#INDvBANpic.twitter.com/A2uIiXkAd8
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