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"He Was Joking Around": Axar Patel On Rishabh Pant After Crucial Partnership vs Pakistan

Following India's six-run win over Pakistan in their T20 World Cup match, all-rounder Axar Patel, wicketkeeper-batter Rishabh Pant, and pacer Mohammed Siraj opened up on their respective gameplans that contributed to India's win. Jasprit Bumrah's terrific three-wicket and a counter-attacking knock by Rishabh Pant powered India to a narrow win at a packed Nassau County Stadium in the highly-anticipated clash. In a video posted by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), spinner Yuzvendra Chahal unveiled his latest episode of 'Chahal TV' featuring the aforementioned three players.

Chahal asked Axar about being promoted to number four in the batting order to which the bowling all-rounder said that things were made easy as Pant, who is also his skipper at the Delhi Capitals, was joking around and having fun between the deliveries.

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"There was no chance of planning when I came to know that I was going to go at four. When I went for the batting, it was easy for me. Our captain (Pant, DC captain) was not telling me anything about cricket. He was just joking around. He knew that I would become a little easy. He kept telling me something on every ball. I also talked to him and it became a little easy. It was the same planning and nothing else," said Axar.

On bowling to Pakistan all-rounder Imad Wasim, Axar said that he did not want to get hit for a six in the mid-wicket region and the plan was to not give him any balls in his range.

"So I talked