Indian bowling coach Paras Mhambrey praised Rishabh Pant’s fourth test After the third day of competition Cape Town. India scored 198 runs in their second innings thanks to his ton. Marco Jansen took four wickets and Kagiso Rabada and Lungi Ngidi took three wickets. South Africa’s 211 chasing win is 101/2 on the stump.
The Indian bowling coach told reports after the third day that Pant’s innings were the key to India’s chances of winning the Test match. He batted with India at 58/4 and had trouble in the second inning. Since then, he’s scored an unbeaten ton that will be remembered for years to come.
It’s a fabulous inning: Paras Mhambrey of the century at Rishabh Pant in Cape Town
“It was a good game and it brought us back into the game. From a personal point of view, he was under pressure and getting runs in the key stages of the team, which was important. He arranged for us very well. The game. Really happy with the way he plays, he shows a lot of character on the field because it’s not an easy wicket to hit,” Pallas said Mhambrey during a virtual press conference.
Pallas further said that India needs to cooperate with Virat Kohli Come down at the wicket and India four wickets. The 94 between Pant and Kohli proved to be the reason India scored 198 in the second inning.
“At that stage, you want a partnership, Virat is at the other end and needs a partnership. We played well, we wanted to have a partnership and once Virat is out, Rishabh has to be in the lead. His batting Very wise, he gave us the chance to win the Test from here,” Mhambrey further said.
Indians can choose Dean Elgar’s wicket Give yourself a much-needed boost heading into day four. Surviving his inning earlier, he was tamely dismissed on the leg side for 30 runs.
The current Indian team can be the first Indian team to win the Test series South Africa. The three-game series is currently 1-1.