Netizens gave an overwhelming response of 'babysitting' to a picture of India's Rishabh Pant and South Africa's De Kock as ICC asked the fans to caption the picture. The wicketkeeper duo was snapped together during the recently concluded Test series in India. While Rishabh Pant had only a brief time on the field while he replaced Saha on Day three, Quinton De Kock had a forgetful series after he was dismissed for a string of low scores throughout the series. From MS Dhoni to IPL, the fans came up with all sorts of captions for De Kock and Pant's picture but the babysitting response dominated other responses. Rishabh Pant's association with babysitting dates back to his controversial post offering to babysit Australian skipper Tim Paine's child.
Baby sitter— Hardevsinh rana (@hardevsinh303) October 23, 2019
who is best Baby sitter😂😂😂— S̶i̶n̶g̶h̶ ̶S̶a̶a̶b̶ (@roflsachin) October 23, 2019
Baby Sitting— Kuldip Vyas (@kuldipvyas) October 23, 2019
Rishabh: Now I'm free for baby sitting— Humanist (@WalaCloud) October 23, 2019
Quinton: No thanks😂
Quinton de Kock's bad luck as a batsman continued in the third Test match at Ranchi. He could only manage four runs off six deliveries before being sent back by Yadav's unplayable bouncer. It happened in the second over of the South African innings. On the final delivery, Umesh Yadav had bowled a short delivery on the leg stump line which completely left de Kock clueless while attempting to play it as he was beaten by it completely and the ball went straight into the gloves of Wriddhiman Saha behind the stumps.
India took only two overs to wrap South Africa’s second innings on Tuesday as they won the third Test by an innings and 202 runs at Ranchi. In the process, they whitewashed South Africa (SA) 3-0. This is not just the 4th biggest innings defeat for SA, but also only the third time since re-admission that the team has lost all matches in a series involving three or more Tests. By the virtue of this win, the top-ranked side in the game's longest format maintain an undisputed run in the ICC World Test Championship points table with 240 points in five matches. South Africa will now be back in India for a three-match ODI series in March 2020.