R Pant has gone through all the highs and lows of a cricketing career. A promising gift from Delhi, Pant came into reckoning after his exploits for India Under-19

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A dashing left-handed gate- keeper batsman, he lit up the event with a battering 24-ball 75, the fastest half-century

India lost the title round-but came back with several cons- nothing bigger than the emergence of Pant.

Pant's heroics did not go unnoticed, and days after his Nepal stunner, he was drafted in by the Delhi Devils in the IPL deals.

The alternate Ranji season for Rishabh was not as good as the first one. But he made up for that in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Jewel.

This knock brought him into the pickers reckoning again and he was named in the Nidhas Jewel platoon.

Pant again had a disappointing spin in his comeback match. He hasn't been himself at the transnational position and frequently tried to hit the ball

his strike rate in the International T20 is just over 100 which is well below normal for a power megahit.

Pant isn't a finished product by any stretch of the imagination but he has all the raw accoutrements in him to exceed at the International position.

The moxie that the IPL demands and the skill set that Rishabh Pant trains are absolutely insynchronization.

If ever the description of an ideal T20 batsman would be written. He's a ferocious megahit of the justice ball

If ever the description of an ideal T20 batsman would be written. He's a ferocious megahit of the justice ball

the boundary ropes with ridiculous ease. The scoops, the paddles, the films, you name it and this guy has every shot in his force.