india vs england 5th test rishabh pant broke many records in 2nd inning vs eng | Rishabh Pant ended the drought that had been going on since 1973, made this big record behind Dhoni


Rishabh Pant vs England: The match being played against England for the Indian cricket team’s wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant has become quite memorable. Rishabh Pant’s batting dominated in both the innings of this match. Like the first innings, Rishabh Pant has made many big records in this innings as well. He has accomplished a feat that no Indian wicketkeeper had done after 1973.

Something like this happened for the first time after 1973

Rishabh Pant scored a century in the first innings of Edgbaston Test. In the second innings, he scored 57 runs in 86 balls with the help of 8 fours. With this innings, he became the second wicket-keeper batsman from India to score a century in one innings and a half-century in the second. Earlier in 1973, Farokh Engineer had scored a century in the first innings and a half-century in the second innings against England itself.

72 years old record also broken

Rishabh Pant has scored a total of 203 runs in this match. With this, he has also become the highest run-scorer in England by combining both the innings of a Test. Before Pant, this record was in the name of West Indies wicket-keeper batsman Clyde Walcott. In 1950, he scored 182 runs in both the innings at Lord’s.

Fastest century at Edgbaston

For the first time in Edgbaston’s 120-year cricket history, a batsman has scored a century in less than 100 balls. This batsman is none other than Rishabh Pant. He completed his century in the first innings of this match in 89 balls. Pant faced 111 balls in the first innings and scored 146 runs with the help of 19 fours and four sixes.

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