MSK Prasad, the chief selector of the Indian team, believes that wicketkeeper batsman Rishabh Pant is taking unnecessary pressure without any reason. Prasad said that Rishabh is taking too much pressure considering him to be the successor of veteran player Mahendra Singh Dhoni. Prasad said that this young player who is going through poor form should resort to his ‘incredible talent’ to come back. Until recently, Rishabh was the first choice for wicketkeeping in all three formats but he has not been able to achieve form for some time. Apart from this, after the return of veteran Riddhiman Saha, he has not been able to reach the final XI of the Test team. Apart from batting, his wicketkeeping has also not been as per the name. On the other hand, veteran batsman Rohit Sharma has told critics that this young wicketkeeper should leave the batsman alone. At the same time, great batsman Sunil Gavaskar says that whenever he plays for India, there will be pressure.
Apart from this, after the return of veteran Riddhiman Saha, he has not been able to reach the final XI of the Test team.
MSK Prasad, head of the selection committee, said, “I agree with Rohit and Sunil sir. Rishabh is going through a bad phase. He needs some good innings to return to the rhythm. I have had discussions with the team management and they said that they are trying their best to get the best out of Rishabh. “He said,” As far as pressure is concerned, Rishabh must know that the game Pressure remains at this level and the one who bears this pressure becomes the real champion. There is an example of players like Virat and Rohit in front of him. ”Prasad became the chief selector of the Indian team in 2016. He said that Rishabh should never try to succeed Dhoni. He said, “Rishabh should also realize that he has his own identity and should never compare himself to Dhoni but I think his mind is going on something like this.