India playing with top sides in the whites are always a classic encounter and the current series is no different. Technology has gone a far ahead and given us the blessing of stumps mic. Yesterday it was Australian captain who was on the giving by offering Rishabh Pant a BBL contract, Apartment and a babysitter role.
As Aussie captain came in for batting today, it was Rishabh Pant turn to give him back. As soon as Tim Paine came on the crease India’s wicketkeeper was ready to have some fun.
He also called him the temporary captain and added that Paine only knows how to talk. “We’ve got a special guest today — have you heard of a temporary captain ever? You don’t need anything to get him out boys. He loves to talk, that’s the only thing he can do, only talking talking,”
Here is the video of the same:
— cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) December 29, 2018
Twitterati have some response.
“The Accidental Captain ” – Paine
— Viren Palera (@virenpalera) December 29, 2018
Tit for Tat 😂😂😂😂
And Pant wins this battle
— $iđđhesh🇮🇳 (@IamSiddhesh89) December 29, 2018
Rishabh Pant right back at Tim Paine… pic.twitter.com/DiqI6jP8LX
— Cricket Shouts (@crickshouts) December 29, 2018
Pant has given pain to paine ….. #TemporaryCaptain 😂
— Lovish Goyal (@lovish0008) December 29, 2018
Well done witty @RishabPant777 for giving it back with taste of their own medicine.Two lines and Tim paine has gone off.
“We will learn a new world today, temporary captain.
You do not need anything to get him out boys, just bowl the ball.”
— Kapish Goyal (@_KapishGoyal) December 29, 2018
Ian Gould had no business warning pant not once but twice for his sledges.Didn’t see him confronting paine.. Double standards?
— Nikhil (@Beer_4_Life) December 29, 2018
Rishabh Pant loved giving it back to Paine: “We’ve got a special guest today…..have you heard of a temporary captain ever ? You don’t need anything to get him out boys. He loves to talk, that’s the only thing he can do, only talking talking”
— John Baldock (@JohnKGBaldock) December 29, 2018
India is all set to take a 2-1 lead in the test series. Aussies need 141 runs to win whereas India is within the touching distance and require two more wickets for the win.