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Former pacer Ashish Nehra lists 5 reasons why Rishabh Pant should be in India's World Cup squad

DNA Thursday, 14 February 2019
A pure match-winner, a back-up opener and an effortless six-hitter in the class of Rohit Sharma -- Rishabh Pant merits selection in India's World Cup squad and there are more than one reasons for it, feels former pacer, Ashish Nehra.
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