''With Time, He'll Become A Better Captain'', Sourav Ganguly Sends Well Wishes To Rishabh Pant

Sourav Ganguly, DC's Director of Cricket, holds the view that Delhi's captain, Rishabh Pant, is a leader guided by instinct, whose leadership prowess will evolve with time and experience. While Pant has demonstrated sharp captaincy acumen on numerous occasions, he has also faced moments of error.
''With Time, He'll Become A Better Captain'', Sourav Ganguly Sends Well Wishes To Rishabh Pant

Rishabh Pant and Sourav Ganguly

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Sourav Ganguly, the Director of Cricket for DC, holds the belief that Delhi's captain, Rishabh Pant, is a leader driven by instinct, whose leadership skills will only sharpen with time and experience. Pant, who returned to competitive cricket after recovering from a severe vehicle accident in December 2022, has led DC to seven victories in the group stage, including a 19-run win over the Super Giants (LSG). Despite their commendable performance, DC's playoff prospects, standing at 14 points with a net run rate (NRR) of -0.377, heavily hinge on the outcomes of other matches.
Pant has showcased his astute captaincy skills on multiple occasions, yet he has also encountered instances of error.
"With time, he'll become a better captain. Nobody is a great captain from day one, but he is an instinctual captain, he makes decisions on the ground. With more time, he'll get better'', Ganugly said.
DC concluded the league stage with a tally of seven wins and seven losses. While there remains a mathematical possibility of them qualifying for the playoffs, it's probable that they have competed in their last game of the season. Throughout the season, pacers Mukesh Kumar and Rasikh Dar Salam have consistently stepped up, drawing praise from Ganguly for their performances.
"You've seen Rasikh's development over time. The more matches he played, the better he got. It's not easy to bowl on the Delhi wicket. This wicket is great, and the ground isn't that big, so I think for any bowler, it isn't easy to bowl here. Rasikh has improved a lot. Mukesh has been our best bowler this season. He bowls all the difficult overs, whether at the start or at the death. There has been no match this season where we didn't need his bowling in the death. We knew that conceding sixes would lead to more losses, so he has consistently delivered there. Our Indian bowlers have been great this season'', he further added.
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