Rishabh Pant scored the highest ever score by an Indian wicket-keeper on Day 2 of the fourth Test between India and Australia in Sydney on Friday. Hailing the wicket-keeper for his performance, Bharat Army, the popular group of Indian cricket fans, made the occasion musical by dedicating a new song to Rishabh Pant.
While the song celebrated Rishabh Pant's century, it also mocked the Australian fans for the banter between its skipper Tim Paine and Rishabh Pant when the former had asked the latter to babysit his kids.
The lyrics say:
"We've got Pant. Rishab Pant. I just don't think you'll understand. He'll hit you for a six. He'll babysit your kids. We've got Rishab Pant."
Watch the video here-
Earlier during the match against Australia in Melbourne Australian skipper Tim Paine and India's wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant indulged in a hilarious banter. Paine had asked Pant if he babysit saying, "Do you babysit? I can take my wife to the movies while you watch the kids."
Rishabh Pant scored his second Test century to mark his presence in the longest format of the game. He earlier scored a hundred in a Test match against England at The Oval in September last year. The 21-year-old cricketer has had a quite stellar Australia tour so far both on and off the field, giving it back to the Aussies with his banter with Pat Cummins -- which was appreciated by no less than the Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison.
Pant encapsulated in a tiny flash his and the current Team India's charisma during the match. Take a look at his super kip-up (with pads on) during the second session of play on Friday: