Rishabh Pant knows how to handle criticism. The southpaw said that he likes to play courageously and will continue to do so. He was many games for India across formats in international cricket.
The 24-year-old, who made his international debut in 2017, has cemented his place in red-ball and white-ball cricket.
Speaking to The Times of India, the youngster said that he will face criticism regardless of his performance.
The keeper-batter said he hates getting out without making a useful contribution in any game.
“There will be criticism even if I get a hundred in one innings and get out cheaply in the next one. I know my dismissals look ugly to many but I have learnt to embrace the fact that I play a high-risk game,” he said
Pant said that he learns from his failures. “I learn from my dismissals. I will not succeed everyday but I make sure to score runs 70-80 per cent of the time. You have to be true your yourself,” he added.