Rishabh Pant tagged as the first Indian wicket-keeper to hit a Test century while facing 138 balls in Australia. He came into the middle when India were at 329/5 in the first session on the 2nd Day and added a partnership score of 89-run with Cheteshwar Pujara and then, a 200-run with Ravindra Jadeja, which took India to cross 600-run on Day 2.
Pant kept his runs consistent in this series. He, now, stand as the 2nd highest run scorer in the series, go past his skipper Virat Kohli who had scored 282 runs until now if we are also counting this 5-day test match.
The duo, Pant and Cheteshwar Pujara, continued batting throughout the first session and in the second session, Pujara got caught out and fell just 7-run short of his 4th double-ton in the test match.
Rishabh Pant on Friday scored his second Test century on the second day of the 4th Test against Australia in Sydney.
Australia’s tough luck started again when they learned that Pant-Jadeja’s partnership would go like no end. The pair led India to 622/7 and ended up declaring India’s innings.
We are leading a 1-match win (2-1) over the 4-match Test series against Australia.