Rishabh Pant gets embarrassed as FAN shout ‘I LOVE YOU’, Watch what Indian wicketkeeper did after that?

Rishabh Pant Most Embarassing Moment: Team India’s star wicketkeeper batter Rishabh Pant now has million of fans WORLDWIDE. But sometime fans gestures embarass the star. Tuesday was the day when Pant got very embarassed by a fan gesture and was caught blushing. After the 3rd T20 got over, a fan in the stand started shouting ‘I Love You Rishabh’ embarassing the Indian cricketer. Pant was literally caught on camera blushing by the gesture:

India and WestIndies meet in the final two T20s in Florida on Saturday and Sunday respectively

Rishabh Pant has been great form for India and will be ready shine again in the final two T20s

India have good record in Florida and will be looking to improve on it while they lead the series 2-1

Rishabh Smiles in Embarrassment

After India sealed the third T20 by 7 wickets, Rishabh and Suryakumar Yadav were seen signing the autographs for the fans that had been waiting after the match. While signing the autographs, one fan was repeatedly shouting ‘I Love You’ upon which the wicketkeeper batter gave a broad smile.

Rishabh in recent times has been in superb form for the nation and has played some memorable innings. One of those came England last month as India beat them thanks to an unbeaten knock of 125 runs from Rishabh Pant.

India take 2-1 lead in the series

India won the third T20I quite comfortably riding on a 44-ball 76 from Suryakumar that helped the visitors chase down 165 in 19 overs.

Beaten in the final over of the second match a day earlier when their batting failed to fire consistently, India looked focused and purposeful from the start of their innings with the only concern being over the fitness of the captain.

Rohit Sharma was forced to retire in the second over after it appeared that he hurt his lower back attempting a violent swing to the on-side.

India look to seal series in Florida

As things stand, India lead the five-match T20 series 2-1 and will be eyeing a swoop in Florida if they manage to beat WestIndies. India won the first and third T20, having lost the second contest thanks to stellar bowling figures of Obed McCoy who scalped six wickets. India are in advance preparations for the T20 World Cup and this will be a perfect stage to prepare.

India also have a proud record at the US venue in Florida, having lost once in four matches. India will also expect captain Rohit Sharma to be fit for the contest on Saturday after he opted to retire hurt back injury.