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See what happened when Indian Cricket team rising star Rishabh Pant met his girlfriend

See what happened when Indian Cricket team rising star Rishabh Pant met his girlfriend

Everybody is impressed by the magnificent innings of Rishabh Pant and the tremendous wicketkeeping of team India. His good performance in the Test series between India and Australia is being discussed everywhere. At present, he is returning to India and is having quality time with his family and friends. The evidence was found on their Instagram. Where he has posted a picture with his girlfriend.

Rishab’s girlfriend name is Isha Negi, who is from Uttarakhand and she is very glamorous. She is no less than a Bollywood actress to watch. You will see their photographs on the Instagram, not only their beauty but also the dressing senses.In her pictures on Isha’s Insta account, you can see that she looks beautiful in all outfits from traditional to western clothes.

Isha is an interior decor designer. She is a student of Amity University in Noida.Rishab posted a picture on his Insta Account with Isha and wrote, ‘I just want to make you happy because I am very happy because of you.’

When Rishabh posted a picture with his girlfriend his all fans started to collect all the information related to Isha. This happened because, in our country, cricketrs are no less than a celebrity. Fans are very interested to know about the personal life of the players.

Isha also shared a photo with Rishabh on her Instagram account. She wrote in the caption of the picture “My Man, My Soulmate, My Best Fried, The Love of My Life Rishabh Pant”.

Virat Kohli Speaks Up On MS Dhoni’s Exclusion From T20I Squad

Along with Virat Kohli, batting legend Sachin Tendulkar also spoke up on MS Dhoni’s exclusion from the T20I squad.

When BCCI announced the exclusion of MS Dhoni from the T20I squad for the series against Windies and Australia, the news came as a surprise to many. Rishabh Pant was chosen over the 37-year-old veteran in the shortest format of the game. Elaborating on Pant’s inclusion, skipper Virat Kohli in the post-match press conference on Thursday explained that the decision was all about helping the 21-year-old grow in the shortest format of the game.

“I think the selectors have already addressed this if I’m not wrong. And he’s been spoken to, firstly… So, I don’t see any reason why I should be sitting here and explaining that. I think the selectors have come out and explained exactly what happened,” said Kohli.

Talking about it further, he said, “I was not part of that conversation so… It is what the selectors explained. I think people are putting too much variables into the situation, which is not the case I can assure you of that. He’s still a very integral part of this team and he just feels that in the T20 format, someone like Rishabh can get more chances.”

Assuring that Dhoni’s intention is only to help the youngsters, Kohli said, “He anyway plays the ODIs for us regularly, so… From that point of view, he’s only trying to help the youngsters; nothing that anything that other people are thinking and I as captain can certainly assure you of that.”

Batting legend Sachin Tendulkar also recently spoke about Dhoni’s exclusion.

“I don’t know what the mindset of the selectors is & I haven’t looked to influence anyone by giving opinions as what happens in dressing room & between captain, coach & selectors should stay within them,” Sachin was quoted as saying by news agency ANI.

India registered a clinical nine-wicket win against the Windies in the fifth and final One-day International to clinch the five-match series 3-1 in Thiruvananthapuram. A combined bowling effort, led by left-arm spinner Ravindra Jadeja tore apart the Windies batting order, bundling the visitors for 104 in 31.5 overs. Chasing a paltry target, India completed the run-chase in 14.4 overs.

Kohli, post the emphatic series win, termed the victory as a combined effort. The skipper also asserted that performances in all the three departments were clinical throughout the series and that has boosted the morale in the dressing room.

“Turned out to be that way. Because of our clinical performance, we were able to finish the game in a few hours. Credit to the bowling unit, pitching it in the right areas. Wanted to bowl first anyway. Blessing in disguise. Still had to execute our plans. Last both games have been clinical, very professional with ball and bat. Change-room atmosphere is very important, and when you play like that, the energy is always good. Everyone wants to be part of it,” Kohli said in the post-match presentation.

Ambati Rayudu and Khaleel Ahmed were the highlights of the series for India. Praising the duo Kohli said, ” Khaleel has been outstanding. Rayudu has also taken responsibility at No.4. God forbid anything happens to Bhuvi or Bumrah, good to have Khaleel who can come in and take wickets. Those two areas we’re looking at. And those two have been addressed,” Kohli added.

India and the Windies will next face each other in the three-match T20I sereis scheduled to start from November 4.

ICC Rankings: Kohli Maintains Top Spot, Shaw & Pant Climbs Their Best Spots

India captain Virat Kohli remains the number one Test batsmen while Prithvi Shaw and Rishabh Pant have made big gains in the latest ICC rankings following the home series against the West Indies.

Shaw, who led India to victory in the U19 World Cup this year, completed a memorable debut series as he finished the Hyderabad Test in 60th place, a gain of 13 slots after knocks of 70 and 33 not out. Shaw had entered the rankings in 73rd place after a century on debut.

Wicketkeeper-batsman Pant also continued his upward climb as his knock of 92 saw him gain 23 places to reach 62nd position.

The Delhi batsman had started the series in 111th position and would be deriving satisfaction from the rankings gain after missing centuries in successive Tests, also dismissed for 92 in the opening match in Rajkot.

In other movements, Ajinkya Rahane has gained four places to reach 18th position after his knock of 80, while Umesh Yadav has gained four slots to reach 25th position after becoming only the third India fast bowler to claim a 10-wicket Test haul on home soil.

For the West Indies, captain Jason Holder has made significant gains in all departments. His haul of five 56 in India’s first innings has lifted him four places to a career-best ninth position among bowlers while his first innings half-century was good enough to help him gain three slots to reach 53rd position.

Holder has also overtaken South Africa’s Vernon Philander to third position among all-rounders.

Other players from the visiting side to advance in the rankings include Roston Chase, whose first innings century helped gain 10 slots and reach 31st position, and Shai Hope, who has gained five places to reach 35th position.

The 2-0 series result sees top-ranked India gain one point while the West Indies have lost one point, without any change of positions in the team rankings.

Credits: The Quint

India vs England: Virat Kohli Says India Played Fearless Cricket

India lost the fifth and final Test by 118 runs despite heroic resistance from opener KL Rahul (149) and wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant (114) in the second innngs.

After the match, captain Virat Kohli said India played fearless cricket and the team has a lot of character but lacked in experience. “We have character in the team and we just need some experience,” Kohli said at the post match presentation ceremony.

“England are a professional side and we realized that as the game changed with in two-three overs. England also don’t go for draws and they played fearless cricket and so did we. That is why you won’t see draws,” he added.

LONDON, ENGLAND – SEPTEMBER 11: Jimmy Anderson of England celebrates with team mates after dismissing Mohammed Shami of India during the Specsavers 5th Test – Day Five between England and India at The Kia Oval on September 11, 2018 in London, England. (Photo by Mike Hewitt/Getty Images)

“Both the teams know this series has been a competitive one. This has been a great advert for Test cricket. The basic idea was to go out there and play the cricket we are supposed to do,” Kohli said.

England, thus, won the series by a comprehensive 4-1 margin after India were bowled out for 345 chasing 464 for victory.

Kohli also lauded the efforts of Rahul and Pant, who raised hopes of an improbable win. The 29-year-old said the team’s willingness to fight till the end came to the fore.

“I think a lot of credit has to go to the two young guys. The kind of cricket we have played might not show on the scorecard,” Kohli said.

“Pant showed a lot of grit and character. When you get into a zone when you are not thinking about the result, things go your way. I am delighted for both the guys and it speaks of India’s future. We did not take out opportunities,” he said.

Kohli has had a great series himself amassing 593 runs

KL Rahul Attends His Best Friend Mayank Agarwal’s Wedding, See Pics!!

India opener KL Rahul, apart from his brilliant batting, has become a style icon for youngsters in a short period of time. The right handed batsman on Monday attended India A batsman Mayank Agarwal’s wedding.

Mayank got hitched to his long-time girlfriend Aashita Sood. KL Rahul, who finished the recently-concluded Indian Premier League (IPL) 2018 season on a high, looked elegant in turban and waist coat. Rahul was accompanied with Karnataka fast bowler Ronit More. The twitter handle of KL Rahul’s fan club shared photos of Karnataka’s dashing opener.


Rahul played a starring role for Kings XI Punjab in IPL 2018, ending the season in third place in the list of the top run-getters. The right-handed opener amassed 659 runs at an average of 54.91 and a strike rate of 158.41.

He finished behind only Rishabh Pant and ‘Orange Cap’ winner Kane Williamson but the opener’s average was the best among the top 10. Only Chennai Super Kings captain MS Dhoni (75.83) had a better average than the Kings XI Punjab star.

Vidarbha beat Delhi to Clinch Maiden Ranji Title: Ranji Trophy

Vidarbha claimed their maiden Ranji Trophy after beating Delhi by nine wickets in the final of India’s premier domestic tournament on Monday.
Chasing a target of 29, Vidarbha completed the task with loss of skipper Faiz Fazal’s wicket.

Opting to field, Vidarbha bowled out Delhi for 295 in the first innings with Rajneesh Gurbani picking up six wickets.
In reply, Vidarbha notched up a mammoth 547 all out, as Akshay Wadkar struck his maiden century in first-class cricket.

Indore: Vidarbha batsman Akshay Wadkar celebrates his century during the 3rd day of the Ranji Trophy final cricket match against Delhi, in Indore on Sunday. PTI Photo by Vijay Verma (PTI12_31_2017_000074A)

Overnight Vidarbha were 528 for seven with wicketkeeper Wadkar unbeaten on 133, but Delhi quickly picked up the remaining three wickets in the morning.
Young pacer Navdeep Saini was the most successful bowler for Delhi, returning figures of 5 for 135 after bowling a marathon 36.3 overs.

Delhi were a bowler short through the Vidarbha first innings as left-arm spinner Manan Sharma remained off the field due to a knee injury. Manan, though, batted in the second innings.
In their second innings, Delhi were all out for 280 with Shorey scoring another half-century – a 142-ball 62 – while Nitish Rana struck 64.

Vidarbha chased down the 29-run target with a day to spare at the Holkar Stadium, which hosted the title clash of the tournament for the second successive time.

Vidarbha Cricket Association president Anand Jaiswal announced that the Ranji champion team will be richer by Rs 5 crore, which will be distributed among the players as well as the support staff.

“The players will be felicitated by the state association. The Vidarbha Cricket Association will be distributing Rs 3 crore among its players. Also the winners prize money of Rs 2 crore will also be distributed among the players,” Jaiswal told reporters after the team’s historic Ranji Trophy triumph.

BCCI CEO Rahul Johri also congratulated the champion team.

“Heartiest congratulations to Vidarbha on winning their first #RanjiTrophyFinal. Thank you MPCA for being such gracious hosts @BCCI,” Johri tweeted.

Himmat Singh, who had a fifty in the first essay, was bowled by off-spinner Akshay Wakhare before he could open his account.

And then came a reckless shot by skipper Rishabh Pant (32), an attempted heave off Siddhesh Neral leading to his dismissal as Delhi ran out of batting options. This was an over after Pant was let off by Wadkar, who missed an easy stumping chance.

Ranji Trophy: Kunal Chandela tons help Delhi seize control

Gautam Gambhir and Kunal Chandela shared a 232-run partnership to put Delhi in a commanding position on Day 2 of their Ranji Trophy semi-final against Bengal.

The unheralded Kunal Chandela showed maturity beyond years as his ton took Delhi to a commanding 271 for three against Bengal on the second day of the Ranji Trophy semi-final, on Monday.

Kunal Chandela is a refreshing change of what has been the template of a Delhi cricketer. “I have benefited a lot from University cricket. I have heard how past greats of Delhi cricket have emerged from University cricket. My selection in Delhi Ranji Trophy has been on basis of back to back Vizzy Trophy triple tons. You learn to play day’s game from Vizzy Trophy,” 23-year-old Chandela said after the match.

 With three half-centuries and now his maiden hundred in Ranji Trophy semi-final against Bengal, Chandela has been the find of Delhi cricket.

“I had my exams on 20th but I had to skip it. I take time out to study and attend lectures when I get time,” he said.

He believes time spent in boarding school in Dehradun has helped him become more self-reliant.

“I studied my 9th and 10th standard at Indian Public School where Rishabh Pant was my junior in boarding school. My childhood coach has been Manoj Rawat,” the son of an electrical contractor said.

He thanked Gautam Gambhir for his constant support. “Gautam bhaiyya told me to play the way I know the best. He told me to remain free while batting. When I tried a sweep shot, he told that since I am hitting well straight, I don’t need to play across,” he said.

His temperament to bat for long hours has come for praise but wouldn’t it hamper his chances to get an IPL team.

“I don’t play cricket with an intention of being picked for an IPL team. You dream to play for India and if you do well, you can also play IPL,” the confident Chandela signed off.

Chandela hit four boundaries in an Amit over as the pressure was let loose. Someone like Shami was also unable to bowl maiden overs.

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