Bharat Army’s chant for Rishabh Pant: Indian team’s official fan group prepared a chant for the Indian wicket-keeper batsman.
Bharat Army, Indian cricket team’s official support group, is often seem travelling with the team to corners of the world where cricket is played. Making its presence feel during the ongoing India’s tour of Australia, the group of supporters have been with the team since the tour has commenced.
The ardent fans of the Indian fan never fail to come up with new things in a bid to support their players. The latest one happened today at Sydney when they recited a chant for India wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant.
The chant was uploaded across their social media handles and was even retweeted by the official account of International Cricket Council. Read what they recited today below:
“We’ve got Pant,
I just don’t think you’ll understand,
He’ll hit you for a six,
He’ll babysit your kids,
We’ve got Rishab Pant…”
Watch the full video below:
We’ve got Pant
I just don’t think you’ll understand
He’ll hit you for a six
He’ll babysit your kids
We’ve got Rishab Pant
.#BharatArmySongBook @RishabPant777 #BharatArmy #TeamIndia #12thMan #WeveGotPant #COTI 🇮🇳👶🍼 pic.twitter.com/ZiXaPWqi6M
— The Bharat Army (@thebharatarmy) January 4, 2019
Talking of Pant, the 21-year old southpaw scored his second Test century today, becoming the first Indian wicket-keeper to score a Test century in Australia. With his first century coming in England, Pant is the only the second visiting wicket-keeper batsman (apart from former West Indies wicket-keeper batsman Jeff Dujon) to score a century each in England and Australia.
India eventually declared their innings on 622-7 in 167.2 overs. While Cheteshwar Pujara remained the top-scorer for India, Pant ended up scoring 159* (189) with the help of 15 fours and a six.
Read some of the latest Twitter reactions on the same below:
This is so far the best thing of the series.Creativity at its best…..just look at the Aussie crowd😂😂😂
— Riddhi Sharma (@Riddhi23Sharma) January 4, 2019
Super improvisation of the Ozil chant !!
— JACKIN MOTA (@JACKIN_GOONER) January 4, 2019
All their chants are picked up from football chants. Nevertheless,its good.
— SAY MY NAME (@sportholicayush) January 4, 2019
Hahah love #bharatarmy 😍🤘🏻
— 👑 Off Happiness 🇮🇳 (@madmax29580547) January 4, 2019
— Benita (@ripperooni20) January 4, 2019