Rishabh Pant made a new record in Australia, match-winning innings became 'man of the match'
India vs Australia Team India defeated the Kangaroo team by three wickets in the Brisbane Test match and won 2–1 in the four-match Test series. In the second innings of the Brisbane Test match, Rishabh batted patiently and won the team.
The kind of cricket played by the Indian cricket team in Brisbane against Australia will be called a wonder in itself. The team won and the role of many players was very important in this victory, but in the second innings, when it came to win the team by staying at the crease, it showed its strength here. The young wicket-keeper-batsman of Team India, who suffered the most criticism, . However, in the second innings, Shubman Gill played a brilliant innings of 91 runs and Cheteshwar Pujara also contributed an excellent 56 runs.
Team India had a big target of 328 runs to win in Brisbane and it was not easy to get such a big target in front of the fatal bowling of Kangaroo team in the second innings, but less experienced players of Indian team showed that the future of Indian team Is bright The contribution of almost every player in this match was amazing. Rishabh Pant, the young batsman of the team, showed the kind of patience in the second innings and batting unbeaten, it was historic in itself.
Rishabh Pant, who came to bat in the fifth order in the second innings, scored an unbeaten 89 off 138 balls and he was also elected Man of the Match. He contributed 23 runs in the first innings as well as caught four catches during this entire match. On the basis of this innings, Rishabh also made a new record as an Indian wicketkeeper in Australia. He has now become the first batsman to score the highest score of 50 or more in Tests as an Indian wicketkeeper in Australia. He broke the record of Syed Kirmani.
Indian batsmen who have scored 50 or more times in Australia in Tests -
Rishabh Pant - 3 *
Syed Kirmani - 2
MS Dhoni - 1
Parthiv Patel - 1
Farukh Engineer - 1
Kiran More - 1
Rishabh Pant once again proved himself in Test cricket. However, Saha was dropped after his poor performance in the Adelaide Test and Rishabh's entry into the team. In Melbourne, he caught a total of four catches, scoring 29 runs in the first innings. After this, he scored 36 runs in the first innings of the Sydney Test, but by making 97 runs in the second innings, he made a big contribution to draw the match and now in the second innings of Brisbane, he gave the team victory while remaining unbeaten. He scored 23 in the first innings of the fourth Test and an unbeaten 89 in the second innings. With this victory, the Indian team retained their possession of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy by winning the four-match Test series 2–1.