Rishabh Pant narrowly misses century in Sydney Test .. Screen for heroic innings

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TeamIndia young wicket keeper Rishabh Pant He narrowly missed the century. Rishabh Pant (97: 118 off 12×4, 3×6) took the wicket ahead of the century as India looked to win by 407 runs in the third Test against Australia in Sydney. That ended his 148-run partnership with Chateshwar Pujara for the fourth wicket. India’s 97 in the fourth innings on Australian soil as wicketkeeper was the highest. Pant was out at 250 for India.

Rishabh Pant injured his elbow while batting in the first innings. With that .. he was not keeping Australia during the second innings. But .. Rishabh Pant boldly came forward in the batting order when Captain Rahane (4) was out at 102 for India in the first session today. Rishabh Pant, who played a few overs at first, then gradually counter-attacked the Australian bowlers. Most importantly .. Spinner Nathan Lion went outside the crease in the bowling and hit many sixes. Rishabh Pant, who responded with full shots to the short pitch balls thrown by the team’s top bowlers Mitchell Starc and Pat Cummins, appeared to score the third century of his Test career. Pujara also got a boost with Pant hitting. The Indian team, which until then seemed to be playing for a draw, went on to win the duo. With that .. the kangaroo started in Australia too.

But .. Rishabh Pant, who could not understand the plaited delivery in the 80th over of the innings by spinner Nathan Lyon, was caught by fielder Pat Cummins at the backwards point. Rishabh Pant, who made his Test debut in 2018, has already scored centuries on home soil against England and Australia. He recently lost his wicket before the third century. However, his 148-run partnership with Pujara for India in the fourth Test in the fourth innings was the best. At Pant’s score of 3, 56, Pant dropped catches to wicketkeeper Tim Payne.