the age of 19, Rishabh Pant went through all the highs and lows of cricket. Promising talent from Delhi

Pant entered the counting after his victory in India Under-19 at the 2016 World Cup.

The left-handed wicket-taker lit up the tournament by scoring 24 75 balls, which is the fastest half of the tournament

Pant's prowess was unseen, and in the days following his stellar performance in Nepal

Meanwhile, he made his debut for India, facing England in the Twenty20 international match in Bengaluru.

Rishabh’s second season Ranji was not as good as the first. But he did that for the Sed Mushtaq Ali Trophy.

Pant also had a disappointing exit in his return game. He was not at international level and used to hit the ball as hard as he liked

Pant is not a finished product by any means but has all the ingredients for it to succeed at the international level

The technology required by the IPL and the set of skills that Rishabh Pant has is perfectly compatible

Rishabh was taken over by Delhi Daredevils at a high price of 1.9 Crores at the 2016 auction

Rishabh retained the third season and appeared to be the only bright light of Delhi in some way in the dark campaign.

 The experience of playing Test cricket in England last year will also help him to adapt better.