Watch: Rishabh Pant and Ziva Dhoni celebrates India’s win over Pakistan

Indian promising wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant and MS Dhoni’s daughter Ziva Dhoni were spotted together in the Old Trafford stands celebrating India’s thumping 89-run against Pakistan.

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Rishabh Pant and Ziva Dhoni shared some enjoyable moments on Sunday as the two were seen yelling on the highest point of their voice during India’s all important clash against Pakistan. After the match, the young wicket-keeper batsman took to Instagram to share their happy moments.

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The 21-year old Pant shared a video of himself with Ziva Dhoni where they both were shouting while looking at each other to celebrate the win against the old rival Pakistan. He captioned the video: “Partners in crime 😈 @ziva_singh_dhoni.” Previously, he was also seen sharing some funny moments with Ziva during the Indian Premier League (IPL) and it looks like they love to spend time together.

Rishabh Pant wasn’t picked up in the 15-man World Cup squad of India but he was listed among the five stand-by players. But currently he had been in England as he came to replace injured Shikhar Dhawan few days ago who who injured his thumb during the game against Australia. Pant hasn’t included in the Indian World Cup squad yet, however was spotted serving drinks to his teammates during Sunday’s match.

Meanwhile, yesterday’s encounter between India and Pakistan a hyped-up game in the beginning, but a one-sided game in the end. That had been the story of the India-Pakistan in the recent past and it was no different in Machester on Sunday as well. Pakistan stood no chance against the men in blue as they suffered a huge defeat by 89 runs in a rain-affected game.

Watch the celebration here-



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Partners in crime 😈 @ziva_singh_dhoni

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