Brisbane: Wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant, who played a key role in the historic victory against Australia, has broken Dhoni’s record.
According to details, in the Brisbane Test, wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant played 89 not-out innings where he weakened the Kangaroos bowlers and broke the record of former Indian captain Dhoni to score the fastest 1000 runs in Test cricket.
Rishabh Pant not only completed a thousand runs but also became the fastest wicket-keeper-batsman to score a thousand runs in a Test format for India. As a wicket-keeper for India, he quickly scored a thousand runs in Test cricket. Dhoni had the record, which he achieved in 32 innings, but Rishabh Pant as a wicket-keeper batsman crossed the milestone in just 27 innings.
Twenty-three-year-old Rishabh Pant’s recent tour of Australia has been spectacular, where he was instrumental in drawing the third Test in Sydney and scored 97 runs, and today he played the best innings of 89 not out in the Brisbane Test.
It is to be noted that today, after a thrilling match, India won the Test series by defeating the host Australia in the Brisbane Test. With the victory in the Brisbane Test, India won the four-match Test series by two to one. Brisbane have won the Test against the Kangaroos for the first time, while Australia has lost 33 years later in Brisbane.