Rishabh Pant was hit hard in the elbow by a Pat Cummins bouncer when he struck in the opening innings of the Sydney Test. However, with a trial match to save and with Australia holding the advantage, Rishabh Pant decided to script a special moment in his cricket career. Rishabh Pant went out to bat came to bat in the second inning after the sacking of skipper Ajinkya Rahane and Australia held the upper hand. In the passage of play that followed, Rishabh Pant blasted 97 which included 12 fours and three sixes as India remained on track for an impossible victory over Australia in the Sydney Test. Rishabh Pant was overcoming the pain by showing tremendous courage and determination and he was unhappy that he couldn’t break his second century at Sydney Cricket Ground, having reached 159 in the 2019 test.
During his stroke, Rishabh Pant was on a heavy dose of pain relievers. However, in a report on Cricbuzz, Rishabh Pant kept muttering in a low voice, “Chal, tujhe kuch nahin hua hain (Come on, nothing happened to you.) “It was this heroic determination that saw Rishabh Pant raised in another league after a tough first day in which he lost two catches to debutant Will Pucovski. his shot., Rishabh Pant has once again set records. His current average of 56.88 in Australia is the best by a foreign player in the last decade. He now has 10 consecutive scores over 25 years old. in tests against Australia At 23, his average in Australia is tied with Sachin Tendulkar and Sunil Gavaskar.
Pant’s Redemption Story
Rishabh Pant was the X factor in the hitting training of the Indian cricket team and his assault on Australian bowlers was nothing short of brilliant. At one point, her partnership with Cheteshwar Pujara kept India on track for a famous victory, but her 97 layoff slowed India down. With Hanuma Vihari and Ravichandran Ashwin both injured, it became very difficult for India to achieve victory. Rishabh Pant’s shot in Sydney once again continued his grand record at the venue, where he also scored a hundred in the Pink Ball warm-up match at the same location ahead of the test match.
Rishabh Pant will likely play as a batsman in the Brisbane Test and allow Wriddhiman Saha to keep wickets. The four-game streak is level 1-1 and a win or draw for India will help them retain the Border-Gavaskar trophy.