NEW DELHI: Leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal was at his witty best after Rohit Sharma interviewed Rishabh Pant post-India's win in the third and final T20I against the West Indies.
On Tuesday, Pant played a match-winning knock of unbeaten 65 as India won the match in Guyana and completed the clean sweep in the three-match series.
The left-handed batsman played a winning knock of unbeaten 65 off just 42 balls with 4 fours and 4 sixes as India chased down the target of 147 with four balls to spare.
After the match, Rohit who was rested for the final T20I, interviewed Pant for BCCI.TV and they posted the video on their official Twitter handle with description: "Guyana diaries: Rohit Sharma and Rishabh Pant unplugged. Two low scores & a match-winning fifty. The Hitman finds out how Pant turned it around in the final T20."
Guyana diaries: @ImRo45 & @RishabhPant17 unplugged— BCCI (@BCCI) August 7, 2019
Two low scores & a match-winning fifty. The Hitman finds out how Pant turned it around in the final T20I - by @28anand #TeamIndia #WIvIND
Full videohttps://t.co/ybj8Lg0Ihz pic.twitter.com/Hz7IjxXchT
Replying to this, Chahal said: "Missing me BCCI." The leg-spinner was referring to his famous 'Chahal TV' where he interviews teammates for BCCI.
Speaking to the India deputy skipper, Pant talked about his game plan, the pressure and the support he gets from the team.
Chahal, who was not part of the T20I squad, will be seen in action in the three-match ODI rubber starting Thursday.