The instance happened in the 15th over of the match when right-handed fast bowler KV Sasikanth bowled a back of length inswinger against Panchal.
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Bharat is considered to be the best option in Tests after Rishabh Pant and Wriddhiman Saha.
Bharat was in Hyderabad when he was asked to rush to Rajkot.
The uncapped wicketkeeper, Bharat, was roped in as a cover for the incumbent Wriddhiman Saha.
Bharat was considered as a back-up in the Test side for Rishabh Pant.
"Panchal’s was a classy knock."
Bharat has played 52 first-class games and scored 2,905 runs at an average of 35 plus and took 185 catches and effected stumpings since making debut in 2013.
KS Bharat became only the 7th Indian keeper to claim ten and more catches in a first-class match.
MS Dhoni is certainly not getting any younger and it is time for the Indians to invest in a younger and a newer wicketkeeper.