Records are made and broken in cricket. If some are made ahead of the wicket, then the story of many players is written behind the wicket. India’s young wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant has made a big record in the Brisbane Test ahead of the wicket. (Rishabh Pant 1000 runs in test)
Rishabh Pant made a rare record in his second innings as soon as he comes to the ground in Brisbane. He achieved this record by scoring his first run in the second innings. And, through this, Dhoni’s record has been broken.
Rishabh Pant became the batsman to score 1000 runs in Test cricket after stealing his first run in the second innings of the Brisbane Test. Pant became the 7th Indian wicket-keeper who completed 1000 Test runs. During this time his average is 40.04, which is higher than the previous 6 wicketkeepers.
Broke the record of MS Dhoni
Pant achieved his 1000 Test runs in the 27th inning of his career. In this way, he broke the Indian record of the fastest 1000 Test runs in 32 innings recorded in Dhoni’s name. Pant had also broken the Indian record of 50 fastest hunting behind the wicket earlier.
Average of 40.04 and 2 centuries in SENA countries
Rishabh Pant has scored 2 centuries in SENA countries. Of these, he has scored a century in England, while the script of the other has been written in Australia. Pant has scored most runs outside India in his 1000 Test runs. (Rishabh Pant 1000 runs in test)
Pant and Pujara on crease in Brisbane Test
In the current Test series against Australia, Pant played a key role in drawing the third Test played in Sydney. He played a valuable inning of 97 runs in the fourth innings of the Sydney Test. And now even in the fourth inning of the Brisbane Test, Team India is expecting a similar inning from them.