With a number of great performances from players, Team India completed a 3-0 whitewash over West Indies by clinching a 7-wicket win in the final T20I and now all eyes set on the ODI series starting on August 8.
After two poor outings, young Pant came good under the guidance of skipper Virat Kohli as India comfortably beat West Indies by seven wickets in the third T20 International to complete a 3-0 whitewash here on Tuesday.
The 21-year-old, who is expected to Mahendra Singh Dhoni's successor was widely criticised for his shot selection in the first two games but came up trumps in third T20 International with a cracking 65 not out off 42 balls in the company of his skipper.
Two years, 12 No. 4s. India’s manic experimenting with the crucial spot in the batting order barely bore fruit. After constant changing, India’s World Cup campaign ended with 9-match-old Rishabh Pant walking in at that position. Vishal Menon and Shamik Chakrabarty chronicle a tragedy foretold.