Pant’s stormy temper ahead of Test series, smashing century in practice match

Before the four-match Test series against Australia, Rishabh Pant has claimed a century for selection in the playing eleven of the Pink Ball Test to be held in Adelaide. Rishabh Pant hit an unbeaten 103 in the three-day Day Night practice match being played in Sydney.

Pant’s stormy temper ahead of Test series

On the second day of the second practice match against Australia A, India scored 386 runs for four wickets to take their lead to 472 runs. Hanuma Vihari is playing 104 and Rishabh Pant scoring 103 runs. Shubman Gill scored 65 and Mayank Agarwal scored 51 runs. India scored Australia A for 108 after scoring 194 runs in the first innings.

Rishabh Pant was flopping in the first innings of the three-day Day Night practice match, but in the second innings, he batted hard and hit 103 runs off 73 balls. During this time, 9 fours and 6 sixes came out of his bat.

Rishabh Pant has strengthened his claim as a wicketkeeper batsman for the Day Night Test to be played in Adelaide from 17 December. In such a situation, it will be a challenge to choose between Rishabh Pant and Riddhiman Saha in front of Virat Kohli and Indian team management. 

In the second practice match against Australia A, Rishabh Pant batted at a strike rate of 141.10. Apart from Pant, Hanuma Vihari returned to the pavilion after scoring 104 not out with the help of 13 fours in 194 balls.