Superstar Rishabh Pant turns 26, check the wicketkeeper batter’s top 5 knocks

Superstar Rishabh Pant turns 26, check the wicketkeeper batter’s top 5 knocks

Pant has the most overseas test centuries by an Indian wicketkeeper.

Rishabh Pant has already proven his mettle in his short 6-year ODI career. The batter has already made 6 international centuries and is considered one of the best Indian wicket-keeper batters of all time. As the batter turns 26, let’s take a look at Rishabh Pant’s top 5 knocks:

Rishabh Pant Top Knock in Test

  • 89* vs Australia, 2021: Often considered to be India’s best series, Rishabh Pant produced his best knock in Test cricket. Despite missing out on a hundred, Pant ensured India crossed the line with him leading the way.
  • 100* vs South Africa, 2022: A lone warrior innings from Pant, where he scored 50% of his teams to take the side from 58-4 to 198. Despite India losing, Pant showed why he was India’s best Test player from 2018 to 2022.
  • 114 vs England, 2018: Playing in his third Test and that too away from India, the Delhi cricketer notched up his first century. A 204-run partnership with KL Rahul saw India come back but eventually lose by 118 runs.

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Rishabh Pant Top Knock in ODI

His lone ODI century came in England, where he also scored his Test century.

His quickfire 125* came in 113 balls and helped India chase down 260 in just 42.1 overs with 5 wickets still in hand.

Rishabh Pant Top Knock in T20

One of the best knocks in IPL history, Pant’s destructive 128* against the Sunrisers Hyderabad in the 2018 edition is the wicketkeeper’s highest score to date.

One of his two T20 ton, Pant, smoked 15 fours and 7 sixes to take his side to 187. His inning went in vain as Sunrisers Hyderabad easily chased down the target with 9 wickets to spare and 7 balls left.


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