Rishabh Pant scored 97 runs in 118 balls, with it he created history, Pant has scored 25 or more runs in 10 consecutive innings of all his Test matches played in Australia.
New Delhi, Jan 11: Team India wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant, who was injured during the first innings, batted in the second innings of the third Test against Australia, although he missed a century, it was only due to Pant’s superb batting that Team India hoped for the Sydney Test. As a result, Australia has given India a target of 407 runs to win in Sydney, in response, the visiting team has scored 272 runs at the loss of 4 wickets, in which Pant has played a brisk innings of 97 runs.
Fifth day game
Captain Rahane (4 runs) was dealt cheaply on the fifth day, after which the team’s hopes seemed to end, when Pant teamed up with Pujara,
More than 25 runs for the 10th consecutive time
Rishabh Pant scored 97 runs in 118 balls, with this he made history, Pant has scored 25 or more runs in 10 consecutive innings of all his Test matches played in Australia, No player from a team that has played in Australia has done so more than 8 times, Wally Hammond, Rusi Surti, and Vivian Richards have all done so in 8 innings.
Injured in first innings
Rishabh Pant was injured while batting in the first innings of this Test match, he was taken for scanning, he missed the ball of Pat Cummins, The ball was on his elbow, Pant did not bounce as much as he had expected, he sat down groaning in pain, after which the physio examined him, in the second innings he came out to bat but was seen in pain. , He was seen sprawling on his arm, as well as a tape on his hand.