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Australia vs India, 4th Test: Rishabh Pant Breaks MS Dhoni’s Record to Reach This Milestone

India vs Australia: Rishabh Pant broke MS Dhoni’s record to become the fastest Indian wicketkeeper to score 1,000 Test runs.

Rishabh Pant on Tuesday turned into the quickest Indian wicket-attendant batsman to score 1,000 Test runs. Gasp got to the achievement in his 27th inning accordingly breaking previous India skipper MS Dhoni’s record of 32 innings. Gasp moved beyond the 1000-run mark in India’s second innings on the fifth day of the fourth Test against Australia in Brisbane. The Border-Gavaskar series is on the line as the four-coordinate series is level at 1-1 with the two groups occupied with a tight challenge in the last Test.

Rishabh Pant came in to bat at No. 5, in front of Mayank Agarwal, as India kept themselves in the chase to pursue down the 328-run target set by Australia.

Risbah Pant has just left a blemish on this series with his glorious 97 in the third Test in Sydney where India were in a comparative situation as Brisbane, pursuing 407.

The left-gave batsman supplanted Wriddhiman Saha in the XI after the principal Test and has returns of 29, 97 and 36 in the arrangement up until now.

On this day, Shubman Gill scored a coarse 91 as India lost only one wicket in the primary meeting and two more in the second.

Gasp, who made his Test debut in 2018 against England, is the solitary Indian wicket-guardian batsman to hit hundreds of years in both England and Australia.

He midpoints more than 40 in Test cricket with two centuries and three half-hundreds of years.

Gasp appreciated a heavenly sudden spike in demand for his last visit to Australia, hitting an unbeaten 159 in the Sydney Test of the 2018-19 visit.

India had won their first-since forever Test arrangement in Australia on that visit and a draw or a success in the Brisbane Test would mean the Border-Gavaskar Trophy stays with India.

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