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Rishabh Pant told how he is planning to beat Mahendra Singh Dhoni in the first match

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Pant told that my first match is going to be against captain Mahi Bhai only. It is going to be a great experience for me, I have learned a lot from them. As a player I also have some experience of my own.

The last three to four months of Indian cricket team’s wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant has been fantastic. After a strong game in all three formats, Pant will now go on to captain the Delhi Capitals in the Indian Premier League. He has been given the responsibility of captaincy in place of injured Shreyas Iyer. In the first match, he will face his mentor Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s team Chennai Super Kings.

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“My first match is going to be against captain Mahi Bhai. It is going to be a great experience for me, I have learned a lot from him. As a player I have some experience of my own as well.” “I will apply what I learned from my experience and what I have learned from Mahendra Singh Dhoni during the match, the effort will be to do something different against CSK.”

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“I am looking to get the most out of this opportunity. We have not won this title so far and I would like to show my best game so that we can win this IPL title this year. The last two-three. Since the year we have been playing very well as a team. This year also our preparations are going very well. “

“Every single player in the team seems to be in a very good mental state. Everyone is giving their 100 percent and is very happy with the team atmosphere. As a captain you want everything like this. Ricky last two-three. The years have been amazing for us. He brings amazing energy inside the team players. As a player when you look at your coach and think that this is the person from whom I can learn a lot. There is nothing better than this. “

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