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Bharat Arun says Unfair to compare Rishabh Pant with Mahendra Singh Dhoni Bowling coach Arun said: Dhoni is not a legend compared to Pant with him

               
Rishabh's bad stumping is being criticized in the fourth ODI played in Mohali

new Delhi. Bharat Arun, the bowling coach of the Indian cricket team, has defended young Rishabh Pant, who is facing criticism for his wicketkeeping in Mohali. He said that it is not fair to compare him with a legend like Mahendra Singh Dhoni. Arun cleared the Ferozshah Kotla ground on the eve of 5th and final one day against Australia that the team combination is almost ready before the one-day World Cup to be held in England from May 30. Bharat said, 'The team is almost confident about the combination. We want to try all kinds of combinations so that there is no scope for improvement before going to the World Cup. "

Dhoni has been rested in the last two ODIs of the series against Australia. In the fourth ODI played in Mohali, Pant took Dhoni's place. However, Pant showed a disappointing performance behind the wicket in that match. He left some easy stumping Taking advantage of this, Ashton Turner crossed the score of 358 in India's remaining 13 balls.

Need to try all the options for the World Cup

When asked about Arun's performance, he said, "The comparison of both is not good. Dhoni is a big celebrity. They are a legend. Their performance behind the wicket is exemplary. There is tremendous effect on Dhoni's team too. When captain Virat Kohli needs advice then he looks at Dhoni. But we have already indicated that we are experimenting with the choices that the player is performing at that place so that we can choose a balanced team for the World Cup.

Not satisfied with the performance of bowlers

In the fourth ODI, India had set a target of 359 runs against Australia, but Australia only got it in 47.5 overs. On the poor bowling of India, Arun said, "If you look at the percentage of success of our bowlers, then it has been up to 75 percent. Such things happen. I am happy that this happened at this time that we came to know where we need to work before the World Cup. "

Arun praises Kedar and Shankar
On the performance of Kedar Jadhav and Vijay Shankar, he said, "Vijay has achieved great self-confidence." They are fantastic batsmen. They are bowled at speeds of 130 kilometers per hour and are looking confident. Kedar has done a lot of good work on many occasions, but I have told my bowlers that if you do not let Jadhav come on the bowling, it means that you have done well.
                
                
            

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