Salman Butt also added that Reshab Pants were playing away from his body and would get caught in a slip with his current technique.
Indian ticket gate keeper Reshab pants So far, I’m having a hard time participating in a five-game test series against England. With five innings he hit, the pants were able to record just 87 runs on an overwhelming average of 17.40.
Also, the 23-year-old did not exceed 30 runs in 4 out of 5 innings he hit. And former Pakistani batter Salman Butt has stated that pants do not have the proper skills to succeed in the English situation. Bat said the swashback ring batter was coming out of the crease for each ball, adding that the pants couldn’t succeed with his technique.
Pants may have been successful in India and Australia with willows, but Bat said that with his current batting technique, pants cannot succeed in seamed situations.
“Reshab pants don’t have the right technique to play in English conditions. He’s trying to get out of the creases of almost every ball and he can’t make a test batter successful with such a technique. You should develop some patience with good defense skills.
His defenses are not strong enough in seam conditions. He may succeed in situations in India and Australia, but not in seams in any part of the world, “Bat said while speaking on the YouTube channel.
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Salman Butt also thought that Reshab Pants was batting in his mind with a lot of confusion, and even his shots were half-hearted. Bat concluded that the pants were playing away from his body and would get caught in a slip with his current technique.
“He was obviously playing with a lot of confusion in mind, and his shot was half-baked. When the ball was moving diagonally, he was trying to play away from his body. He could slip out, “concludes Salman Butt.
England beat India in the innings and scored 76 runs in the third test match to level the five-game test series 1-1.Fourth test with Joe Root’s subordinates Virat Kohli’s Men will begin on September 2, 2021 in the Kennington Oval.