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Rishabh Pant said that he would take the ‘Line Cross’ as soon as he took command of the Delhi Capitals.

This year has been a good year for Rishabh Pant. And, he wants to retain this magnificent form in IPL 2021 as well.

Rishabh Pant’s enthusiasm has also become high as soon as Delhi Capitals take over the command for IPL 2021. The 23-year-old Pant has received the captaincy of Delhi Capitals in place of Shreyas Iyer. Now, after thanking the people associated with the Delhi franchise, after taking responsibility for this big responsibility. At the same time, he also expressed the hope of crossing the line in many things.

He uploaded a video on social media, in which he was seen thanking Delhi Capitals. At the same time, he also said that his effort as captain would be to give 100 percent. He said that he expects the line to cross this time. Having crossed the line here, he aims to eradicate Malal for not winning the trophy.

This year has been good for Pant so far

In international cricket, the year 2021 has been a great one for Rishabh Pant. He first became the hero of India’s historic Test series wins in Australia. After that, his role in the Test series against England was important. At the same time, he’s scored 155 runs with 2 half-centuries in 2 ODIs played against England proved to be decisive in winning the trophy to India. After all these successes on the international stage, now he has got the captaincy reins on the track of IPL as well.

IPL 2021 will be bang on bad last season

The last season of IPL did not go well for Rishabh Pant. He scored only 343 runs at a poor strike rate of 116. At the same time, Pant’s strike rate has been 160 plus in the 3 IPL seasons before that. Pant is in great form before the IPL this time. In such a situation, he has a good chance to create history by making the Delhi Capitals winners on the basis of his captaincy and his batting. This is the first time that Pant will be commanding the team in the IPL.

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