Rishabh Pant comes up with a heartwarming gesture towards homeless man in England

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The Indian wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant is a generous and humble figure outside the ground. He recently won some hearts with his gesture towards the young kids. He has once again come up with a heartwarming gesture towards a homeless man in England. Grabbing the attention of fans who wanted a selfie with the wicketkeeper, Pant’s gesture was made public to them. Apparently, some fans who wanted to click a selfie with the Indian wicketkeeper along with some friends were told to wait by the cricketer as he went towards a homeless man sitting under the bridge and gave him food.

Rishabh Pant lavished with praise for his touching gesture

One of the fans shared the selfie taken with Pant on his social media and wrote:Just wanted to highlight the warm gesture by @RishabhPant17 When we asked him for a picture he told us that he’ll be back in a moment. Then he went towards a homeless man sitting under the bridge and gave him food and also asked him if he wanted anything else! What a man!”

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Rishabh Pant recently led the side in the five-match series against South Africa that ended in a 2-2 stalemate. He managed to tally a mere 58 runs in the five innings which raised concerns for his place in the side.

The Rohit Sharma-led side arrived in England last week and have been preparing for the marquee clash. Recently, a video clip on social media showed the players sweating it out in the nets ahead of the huge match. Rohit Sharma recently penned down a heartfelt note after completing 15 years in international cricket. However, he is likely to miss the rescheduled test after testing COVID-19 positive.

There will be some notable members missing from the one-off Test. Indian batting ace KL Rahul who is out with an injury, and potentially Ravichandran Ashwin, who recently contracted COVID-19. KL Rahul recently underwent successful surgery in Germany. The fifth Test of the series against England, which India lead 2-1, at Old Trafford could not be played due to an outbreak of COVID-19 cases within the visitors’ camp.

India is also set to play three T20Is and three ODIs on the tour apart from the Test match. The clash against the Three Lions at Edgbaston in Birmingham is set to start on July 1.

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