India wicketkeeper batsman Rishabh Pant was spotted flaunting his dance skills to Bharat Army's song made for him during the post-match celebration at the Sydney Cricket Ground.
After the third Test in Melbourne, the Bharat Army fan group dedicated a song to Pant, taking a dig at the Australian skipper Tim Paine, who had asked the Indian glovesman to babysit his kids. The members of Bharat Army sang the song when Rishabh was taking the Australian bowling attack to cleaners in the fourth Test in Sydney. The left-hander scored a breathtaking 159* off 189 balls at the SCG to help India post a mammoth 622/7 (declared) in its first innings.
Following India’s historic Test series triumph on Monday, Pant appreciated the effort of Bharat Army by showing his dance moves. Bharat Army posted the video of Rishabh’s dance on their Twitter account saying, "Scenes of @RishabPant777 dancing to our song; 'We've got Pant'!"
Pant had a wonderful time during the just concluded Border-Gavaskar Trophy. He was the second highest run-getter in the four-match Test series after Cheteshwar Pujara. The southpaw amassed 350 runs at an average of 58.33 across the seven innings in Australia.