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MOHALI: Indian skipper 

Virat Kohli

has recently ruffled a few feathers by saying about five matches is all a player should ideally expect to get to prove himself. This has led to obvious questions: What’s a good number of matches to judge a player? What’s an ideal number of matches for a player to prove his worth?

Indian 

cricket

 at the moment is debating these two questions, even as team management is planning for the next objective: T20 World Cup in Australia next November. The ongoing series against 

South Africa

 is the first step towards that. With the first T20I in Dharamsala washed out, the series begins here for India, and for many players in the team, Kohli’s statement has put them on trial.

So it was no surprise to see Rishabh Pant, KL Rahul, Krunal Pandya and Hardik Pandya hit the nets within hours of touching down in the city. Rahul and Pant put their heads down and worked on the basics, not playing the cheeky scoops or the big hits for most part of their hour-long stint in the nets.

Hardik kept talking to Pant from the adjacent net, trying to calm him down. After the nets, new batting coach Vikram Rathour and Hardik had a long conversation with Pant. It looked like an animated discussion from a distance, and lasted for a good 10 minutes with Rathour even patting the 21-year-old’s temple and pointing towards the extra-cover region.

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