IND vs SL: Rishabh Pant wins Man of the Series Award, Check these records created by India

IND vs SL: Rishabh Pant wins Man of the Series Award, Check these records created by India

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14 Mar 2022
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IND vs SL 2nd Test Match

Regarding this, he said, “I think it is more about confidence, earlier I used to think too much, now I am just concentrating on every ball.”

Left-handed batsman Rishabh Pant scored 96 runs in 97 balls in the first innings of the Mohali Test match against Sri Lanka, while Team India did not bat in the second innings.

At the same time, in the first innings of the second Test match played in Bangalore, Pant scored 39 runs in 26 balls and 50 runs in 31 balls in the second innings. This was the fastest fifty for India in Test cricket.

Pant scored 185 runs in three innings in this series. He had an average of over 60 in this series. At the same time, he took 8 victims behind the wicket. He did 5 hunts alone in the pink ball test match. Keeping wickets with this ball is not easy.

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