India tour of England – Rishabh Pant is back, Ravi Shastri ‘over the moon’: Team India’s wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant, who was tested positive for COVID-19 in England, has recovered from the virus and joined the Virat Kohli led Team India – and guess what who was the happiest to recieve Pant in the Indian team. Pant joined his team in Durham and none other than coach Ravi Shastri gave him GRAND-WELCOME.
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India tour of England: Coach Ravi Shastri ‘over the moon’ with Rishabh Pant’s comeback, gives him ‘Grand Welcome’
“हार 🌺 के बाद ही जीत है और जितने वाले को कहते है बाज़ीअगर😎🤣 Thrilled to be back. Thank you@ravishastriofficial for this grand welcome😇,” Pant wrote in a caption while sharing a photo with Ravi Shastri. Pant can be seen wearing Team India’s practice kit in the photo.
India tour of England – Rishabh Pant is back, Ravi Shastri ‘over the moon’: Indian team reported two positive COVID-19 cases in wicket-keeper Rishabh Pant and throwdown specialist Dayanand Garani, who had been isolated at separate London locations. Three others — Abhimanyu Easwaran, Wriddhiman Saha and bowling coach Bharat Arun — have also been in isolation as Garani’s close contacts.
What is the situation with other Indian cricketers and support staff members who were quarantined?
- Team sources told InsideSport that the quarantine period for Abhimanyu Easwaran, Wriddhiman Saha and bowling coach Bharat Arun will only end on 24th July.
- All 3 according to the information available have tested negative repeatedly.
- The information InsideSport has, according to that none of them will be part of the 2nd practice match.
- As far as Garani is concerned, he will stay in complete isolation for some more time.