India clinched the Test series 3-1 against England at Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad. England was completely outplayed by the Indian spinners and therefore lost the series embarrassingly. For India, many youngsters rose up to the occasion, but it has been Rishabh Pant who has had the limelight the last few months for his batting and wicket-keeping skills. Pant scored his 3rd ton in international Test cricket in the fourth Test match to put India in the driving seat. He built a quintessential partnership with Washington Sundar, who scored 96 runs played a crucial part in India’s victory. India’s former wicketkeeper Kiran More lauded Pant and denoted that it’s only the second Test at home in his career and that he has just been outstanding. More was also astonished as to why the youngster did not get more chances at home earlier, even after shoeing his potential in IPL. The former cricketer also mentioned that Pant’s wicket-keeping is progressing well and the day where he would break India’s legendary wicket-keeper MS Dhoni’s record isn’t far. He added that a player learns by keeping on different pitches with varying soil types. A major learning curve for a wicket-keeper is when he is keeping to the best spinners and pacers in the world which without any doubts India has at present and so according to More with experience, Pant will go a long way.