Rishabh Pant gave his fans a fun time on Day 4 of the 4th Test. | Photo credit: AP


  • Rishabh Pant was in good spirits again on Day 4 of the 4th Test against Australia
  • Indian glove was heard chanting “Spiderman, Spiderman” on day 4 of the 4th test
  • Cricket fans have gone their separate ways as video of the incident went viral on social media

Indian wicket-keeper Rishabh Pant’s chatter behind the stumps remains one of the biggest talking points among cricket fans. Pant, who smashed a brilliant 97 in the second inning of the third test match, sled the Australians from behind. On day 4 of the fourth test match, Pant continued his chatter behind the stumps and also gave cricket fans a hilarious moment.

In one of the overs played by Washington Sundar, with Cameron Green and Tim Paine in the crease, Pant was heard singing the song “Spiderman, Spiderman”. Video of the incident was shared by one of the Twitter users and went viral in no time.

Twitterati broke up while watching the video. “Ah, finally a guy with musical tastes. Always in the world to him, ”wrote one of the users. Here are some of the other reactions:

On Day 4, India’s inexperienced bowling attack seized the opportunity and knocked out Australia for 294 points in their second inning. Mohammed Siraj continued to impress in the current streak as he cashed his first five-iron in tryout cricket. The right arm pacemaker fired Josh Hazlewood to complete his five-wicket run. In his early days, Shardul Thakur also made some good company for Siraj as he won four wickets in the second round. It was Thakur who grabbed the third man as Siraj finished his transport from five wickets.

Reacting to his 5-iron, Siraj said playing India A and the national level has helped him gain confidence. “It’s not a question of seniority. Whatever cricket I have played for India A or at the national level has helped me gain a lot of confidence. Jassi bhai (Jasprit Bumrah) m “missed in that game. He wasn’t there. I was called the senior bowler. So I tried to take responsibility,” he said after the game.

In the context of the match, India needs 324 points to win the competition in the final test. Rohit Sharma (4 *) and Shubman Gill (0) were in the crease when play had to be stopped due to rain. Both teams have won one match each so far and the fate of the series will be decided on Day 5.

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