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Tuesday, 1 January 2019

'Best babysitter': Pant makes good on Paine sledge


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Tim Paine and India wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant went blow for blow during the Boxing Day Test but both players have obviously put their differences aside if this is anything to go by.

Stump mics at the MCG picked up both players mercilessly sledging one another after Paine kicked it all off by ribbing the India gloveman about his omission from the national ODI side.

Paine suggested Pant play for the Hobart Hurracines in the BBL and while in Tasmania he should come over to Paine’s place and babysit his children.

“Tell you what, big MS (Dhoni) is back in the one day squad too, we might get him down to the Hurricanes this bloke, we need a batter,” Paine said while Pant was at the crease.

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“Fancy that Pant, extend your little Aussie holiday. Beautiful town Hobart too. Get you a nice apartment on the water front.

“Have him over for dinner. Can you babysit? take the wife to the movies one night, you can look after the kids?”

Well it seems Pant has already auditioned for the gig according to Paine’s wife's Instagram account.

The Aussie captain's wife, Bonnie, posted the caption “best babysitter” with an image of Pant with Paine’s children.

The picture appears to have been taken as the Australian and Indian sides met Prime Minister Scott Morrison at Kirribilli House.

Pant gave as good as he got during the match, highlighting Paine’s title as stand-in skipper and his non-stop chatter on the pitch.

“We’ve got a special case today, come on boys. Special appearance today boy. Come on. No responsibility there from captain,” he said before ripping into Paine’s position as captain.

“Have you heard of a temporary captain ever? Have you heard of it? Have you heard of anything like a temporary captain ever? You don’t need anything to get him out, boy.

“He loves to talk. That’s the only thing he can do boy. Only talking, talking.”

Australia faces India in the final Test of the series in Sydney on Thursday.

Tim Paine and India wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant went blow for blow during the Boxing Day Test but both players have obviously put their differences aside if this is anything to go by.

Stump mics at the MCG picked up both players mercilessly sledging one another after Paine kicked it all off by ribbing the India gloveman about his omission from the national ODI side.

Paine suggested Pant play for the Hobart Hurracines in the BBL and while in Tasmania he should come over to Paine’s place and babysit his children.

“Tell you what, big MS (Dhoni) is back in the one day squad too, we might get him down to the Hurricanes this bloke, we need a batter,” Paine said while Pant was at the crease.

https://twitter.com/ZENIADCUNHA/status/1080031541550432256

https://twitter.com/rahulpuri/status/1080024182078038016

https://twitter.com/DelhiCapitals/status/1080023237080182790

“Fancy that Pant, extend your little Aussie holiday. Beautiful town Hobart too. Get you a nice apartment on the water front.

“Have him over for dinner. Can you babysit? take the wife to the movies one night, you can look after the kids?”

Well it seems Pant has already auditioned for the gig according to Paine’s wife's Instagram account.

The Aussie captain's wife, Bonnie, posted the caption “best babysitter” with an image of Pant with Paine’s children.

The picture appears to have been taken as the Australian and Indian sides met Prime Minister Scott Morrison at Kirribilli House.

Pant gave as good as he got during the match, highlighting Paine’s title as stand-in skipper and his non-stop chatter on the pitch.

“We’ve got a special case today, come on boys. Special appearance today boy. Come on. No responsibility there from captain,” he said before ripping into Paine’s position as captain.

“Have you heard of a temporary captain ever? Have you heard of it? Have you heard of anything like a temporary captain ever? You don’t need anything to get him out, boy.

“He loves to talk. That’s the only thing he can do boy. Only talking, talking.”

Australia faces India in the final Test of the series in Sydney on Thursday.

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