Rishabh loses the ball during the final; Saha to replace Delhi Capitals


  • Wriddhiman Saha replaced Rishabh as goalkeeper
  • Delhi Capitals tweeted why Rishabh Pant left the field
  • New Zealand beat India to win the ICC Test Championship

Southampton: New Zealand won an ICC title after two decades of waiting. New Zealand defeated India by 8 wickets in the final of the ICC Test Championship for the first time. Despite consistent performance, some of India’s mistakes led to defeat.

Rishabh was able to put in a good performance in the game against New Zealand. His performance as a goalkeeper and hitter was unmistakable. However, New Zealand’s exit in the second inning left fans in doubt. The player was rumored to have been ruled out due to injury.

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There has been no official explanation for how Wriddhiman Saha replaced the ball. However, Rishabh Pant’s IPL team, Delhi Capitals, has made this clear. Delhi tweeted that he dropped the ball because he was not feeling well. Saha became the goalkeeper when the restless ball demanded rest.

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The ball has been India’s number one goalkeeper since the Border Gavaskar Trophy. The ball was able to lead India to a series victory in Australia. Despite his explosive performance behind the wicket, Saha was unable to make a significant contribution off the bat. However, it was Saha who replaced the ball, even on the Australian tour. The five-game test series between India and England begins on August 4. Before this, India will play some training matches. Saha and Rishabh Pant will be the goalkeepers for India.

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