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IND vs BAN 2022: Rishabh Pant to return to India due to injury, wicketkeeper batsman expressed this wish

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The Indian team is currently on a tour of Bangladesh. On this tour, Team India will play a series of 2 Test matches in addition to 3 ODIs. The Indian team has faced defeat in the first ODI. At the same time, the Indian team has suffered another setback. In fact, according to media reports, the batsman for the Indian team’s goalkeeper, Rishabh Pant, told the team’s management that he was injured. Therefore, he does not want to take the risk. Furthermore, it is believed that Rishabh Pant may soon return to India from Bangladesh.

According to media reports, Rishabh Pant may be returning to India soon due to injury. Along with this, she has expressed her desire to spend time with her family. Apart from this, the Indian batsman has been advised to do some light training in the gym due to the talk. However, Rishabh Pant will be back in India soon. On the other hand, speaking of the series against Bangladesh, the India team had to face a wicket loss in the first match. In this way, the host team has gone 1-0 ahead in series 2 ODI. Now, the second match of this series will be played in Chittagong on December 7.

In the first ODI, Bangladesh captain Liton Das won the toss and decided to field first. The start of Team India, who came out to bat first, was very bad. Opener Shikhar Dhawan scored just 7 runs. KL Rahul scored the highest 73 runs for the India team while Shakib Al Hasan dismissed captain Rohit Sharma for 27 runs. Shakib Al Hasan took the top 5 wickets for Bangladesh. Apart from this, Ebadot Hossain fired 4 players. In response to the 186 runs from the India team, the Bangladesh team came out to bat and won the match by scoring 187 runs for 9 wickets in 46 overs.

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