Watch: "This one minute is taken by you umpire" Rishabh Pant hilariously trolls the on-field umpire
Rishabh Pant has now completely changed after getting a lot of criticism from the fans for his poor wicket-keeping skills. He started to troll the opposition batsmen behind the stumps which usually disturbs them while playing their game.
His murmurs have been recorded by the stump mic which also makes the batsmen and fans smile on the field. The same has happened during the 7th match between Rajasthan Royals and Delhi Capitals where he grabbed the attention of the commentators as well.
The incident took place during the 7th over of the game bowled by Ravichandran Ashwin as the on-field umpired were checking the fielders outside the 30-yard circle that took a while.
After that, Rishabh Pant who was standing behind the stumps trolled the umpire saying that "This one minute is taken by you umpire." Commentators could not stop their laughs after hearing that including the fielders as well.
He said that because of the new over-rate rules added by the BCCI that a team must complete the 20 overs in 90 mins.
Watch the video here:
This one minute is taken by you umpire 😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/X393ECj6yg— msc media (@mscmedia2) April 16, 2021
See the reaction of the fan:
Pant: This one minute is taken by you umpire.— Manya (@CSKian716) April 15, 2021
🤣🤣🤣 How to escape slow over rate fine ft. Rishabh. #DCvsRR
😂😂 oh God 😂 ! Doesn't matter how much he is in pressure...feel like stump mic is his love 💛😂— Self musing ⭐ (@Spellbounded17) April 15, 2021
Summary of Rajasthan Royals and Delhi Capitals game
Delhi Capitals were asked to bat first by Sanju Samson after winning the toss. Jaydev Unadkat who was playing his first game in IPL 2021 has gone through the top-order of Delhi and removed Prithvi Shaw, Shikhar Dhawan and Ajinkya Rahane.
The debutant all-rounder Lalit Yadav shared some important partnership with his skipper and added 51 runs before Rishabh Pant departs after scoring 51 runs. In the end, Delhi Capitals managed to score only 147 runs on the board.
The run-chase was quite interesting as Chris Woakes removed both the openers Jos Buttler and Manan Vohra in the same for single-digit scores. Sanju Samson and Shivam Dube followed them as they too went back to the bench for 4 and 2 runs.
David Miller took the charge of his team and played really well in the middle-overs and scored 62 runs. Avesh Khan sent back him after conceding 2 back to back sixes from the left-handed batsman.
Chris Morris came out of the syllabus as he finished the game for Rajasthan Royals by scoring 36 off just 18 balls including 4 sixes to his name.