Rishabh Pant unseen picture was captured in the camera during live match, his private parts were visible

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Indian team’s wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant could not show amazing with the bat in the first Test match against Bangladesh. At the same time, Pant showed agility behind the wicket during the fielding of the Indian team. He impressed everyone by catching Bangladeshi batsman Najmul Hussain Shanto behind the wicket. Meanwhile, the picture of Rishabh Pant doing wicketkeeping is going viral on social media, for which fans are giving different reactions.

Such a picture of Rishabh Pant went viral

In fact, a picture of Indian wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant behind the wicket during the second day’s play of the India vs Bangladesh first Test match is going viral on social media. Rishabh Pant’s private part is visible in this picture. Fans are trolling fiercely this young batsman of Team India which is going viral on social media. It is being told that when Rishabh Pant was wicketkeeping during the live match, his picture was captured in the camera, after which the fans started enjoying sharing it on social media.

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Pant was dismissed after playing an innings of 46 runs.

Let us tell you that Rishabh Pant may have played an inning of 46 runs against Bangladesh in the first Test for Team India, but his innings has left behind many Indian giants in baseball cricket. The fiery innings of 46 runs in 29 balls reflects the aggressive attitude of Rishabh Pant. At the same time, the batting of the second innings of the Indian team is yet to be done. It will be interesting to see whether Pant plays with the same aggressive attitude or not?

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