‘There is a limit to everything’ – former Indian cricketer wants Sanju Samson to replace Rishabh Pant

As far as Rishabh Pant is concerned, patience is running out for fans and pundits alike. India The wicket-keeper, who was the main wicket-keeper in the lead-up to Asia Cup 2022, has seen his stocks drop as he warms the bench during big tournaments like T20s. World cup. He was then given a chance in the final league stage match against Zimbabwe and the big semi-final against England where his performance was disappointing.

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Now former India cricketer Ritinder Singh Sodhi has come up against the 25-year-old. In a strongly worded statement, he demanded immediate expulsion saying that there is a limit to everything. Pant has been one of the rising stars of India and the management wants to groom him as an all-weather wicketkeeper for India.

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talking to india news Ahead of the first match of India’s One Day International (ODI) series against New Zealand, Sodhi backed Sanju Samson to replace Pant in the Indian white-ball lineup. He is becoming a burden for Team India. If so, then bring Sanju Samson. At the end of the day, you got that chance because you can’t afford to lose and get knocked out in the World Cup or ICC tournaments. When you give too many chances, problems arise. Time has come to provide opportunities to new entrants, Sodhi said.

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“Only time will tell how many chances he gets and how much time he gets. Time is running out and he really has to tighten his boots. Everything has a limit. You can’t depend on one player for so long. If he is not performing then you have to show him the way out. Pant has played 27 ODIs and 66 T20Is for India while power-hitter Samson has featured in only 26 international white-ball matches for the former world champions.

While Pant was promoted to the top for the three-match T20I series, Sanju Samson never got a chance in the playing XI. Meanwhile, Pant’s scores have been mediocre. He scored 6 runs in 13 balls in the second match and then scored 11 runs in 5 balls in the final match after the first match of the series was washed out. Pant’s future hinges on his own performance as he is considered the ‘main’ wicketkeeper going forward. Unlike 2022, where he took a break from 50-over cricket, he will have to feature in all ODIs starting tomorrow against New Zealand. It remains to be seen how the team management fits Samson and Pant together in the playing XI.

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