IPL 2024: Rishabh Pant lashes out angrily after being dismissed in DC’s loss to RR | WATCH viral video

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IPL 2024: Rishabh Pant's angry reaction (X)

IPL 2024: Rishabh Pant’s angry reaction (X)

Rishabh Pant was not a happy man after his absence as Delhi Capitals lost to Rajasthan Royals by 12 runs in the IPL 2024.

Rishabh Pant was seen reacting angrily after being dismissed as Delhi Capitals (DC) suffered a 12-run defeat to Rajasthan Royals (RR) in the Indian Premier League (IPL) at the Sawai Mansingh Stadium in Jaipur on Thursday.


In a video that has since gone viral, Pant was seen lashing out with his bat in his hand after being dismissed at a crucial moment in the match.


After a good start in their chase of 186, DC were reduced to 34 for 2 in the fourth over, with Burger taking two wickets in three balls in a fine display of fast bowling.

Burger, who was brought in as Impact Sub for Shimron Hetmyer, dismissed opener Mitchell Marsh (23 off 12 balls) and Ricky Bhui (0) in the fourth over.

DC captain Rishabh Pant came out to bat at the fall of Bhui’s wicket and, along with senior batter David Warner, built the innings without taking too many risks. Delhi were 89 for 2 at the halfway point.

Warner was the most aggressive as he got the boundaries needed to keep DC in the hunt. The senior Australian batter lost a run from his fifty thanks to a brilliant diving catch from Sandeep Sharma off the bowling of Avesh in the 12th over.

Warner and Pant were involved in a crucial partnership of 67 for the third wicket.

Playing his 100th IPL match and 14 months after a horrific car accident, Pant tried to build the innings with occasional boundaries. But he got out for a 26-ball 28 as Chahal induced a slight bottom edge for Sanju Samson to do the rest behind the stumps in the 14th over.

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“Definitely disappointed. The best thing to do from now on is to learn from it. The bowlers did well in overs 15-16. But the batters did well at the death, I hope we do better in the next match,” DC skipper Rishabh Pant said after the defeat.

Ultimately, it was DC’s second straight loss as the batter couldn’t keep up with the increasing pace.

(With contributions from agencies)

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