Tuesday, March 28, 2023

Watch: Rishabh Pant’s priceless reaction after losing his fifth straight toss in Bengaluru T20I against South Africa

Team India captain Rishabh Pant lost the fifth consecutive toss during the T20 series against South Africa in the deciding game in Bengaluru. South Africa won the toss and elected to bowl under captain Keshav Maharaj at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium. The series is currently at 2-2 level, with Team India making a strong comeback in the series after losing the first two matches in Delhi and Cuttack.

Registering an 82-run win in the last T20I in Rajkot, the team registered a 48-run win against the visitors in Vizag.

However, the toss is the only thing that the new captain Rishabh Pant avoided. As he lost the toss again, he had a priceless reaction:


India have gone with an unchanged XI in the fifth T20I of the series; The team made no changes in all five matches of the series. However, South Africa suffered a setback in the game as their captain Temba Bavuma was ruled out due to a wrist injury he suffered in the previous game. In his absence, Keshav Maharaj is leading the team.

All eyes will be on Rishabh Pant’s batting as well as the Indian captain has failed to make a mark in the four matches so far. Pant has scored only 57 runs in the series so far, and will be aiming to count the last opportunity as India look to clinch their first-ever T20I series win against the Proteas on home soil.

After the series against South Africa, the Indian T20I team will travel to Ireland for two T20Is against the team. While Pant will be with the Indian Test team for the fifth match of last year’s series against England, all-rounder Hardik Pandya will lead the side in his absence.

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