Rishabh Pant scored a century after 9 months, broke Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s record

New Delhi. Team India’s star wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant (Rishabh Pant) scored a century in the second innings of the third and decisive Test match of the series against South Africa. He completed his century in the second session of the day’s play on Thursday, the third day of the match. Pant played 133 balls for this. Not only this, he is also the former captain of India and the legendary wicket-keeper batsman. Mahendra Singh Dhoni (MS Dhoni) also broke a record. India has given a target of 212 runs to South Africa to win this match.

India had scored 223 runs in the first innings of this Test match at Newlands in Cape Town, after which the hosts were bundled out for 210 runs. Rishabh Pant He again showed amazing in the second innings and gave strength to India. He reached the top of the list of best individual wicket-keeper batsmen in South Africa. Earlier, Dhoni was the topper of this list. Dhoni scored 90 runs in Centurion in 2010.

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Pant has scored a century in Tests after about 9 months. He had earlier scored a century against England in Ahmedabad on March 4 last year. He then scored 101 runs in the first innings. This is the fourth century of Pant’s Test career. He also added 94 runs for the 5th wicket with captain Virat Kohli.

India’s second innings was reduced to 198 runs but Pant returned unbeaten after scoring 100 runs. India has set a target of 212 runs for the victory in front of the hosts. Pant played 139 balls and hit 6 fours, 4 sixes. The series is currently at a turning point and the team which wins this match will also capture the 3-match Test series.


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