The Kerala captain, who has undergone over 75 COVID-19 tests over the past five months, shares his bio-bubble experience.
The youngster from Monga scored an unbeaten 25 and picked up the big wickets of Kohli, Maxwell and de Villiers to set up the emphatic win over RCB.
The win took Punjab (6) to fifth place behind Mumbai Indians (6) in the points table from the sixth place, while RCB (10) remained at number three.
The spinner was part of the Royal Challengers Bangalore squad before he decided to leave India a few matches into the tournament.
Needing 14 off the final over bowled by Siraj, Delhi fell agonisingly short as Pant's back-to-back fours off the last two balls did not prove enough.
A few hours before this, another Australian, Rajasthan Royals pacer Andrew Tye, left midway from the league as he feared getting "locked out" of his own country in the wake of a COVID-19 surge in India.
Jadeja smashed an unbeaten 28-ball 62 and then picked up 3/13 off his four overs besides effecting a run out as CSK won by 69 runs.
Manchester City manager Guardiola thanked Kohli after he received the RCB jersey.
Chasing a target of 178, RCB romped home in 16.3 overs and regained the top spot with their fourth win on the trot.
Chasing a target of 205, KKR were stopped at 166/8 as RCB regained the top spot.