Bangladesh Vs India, Rishabh Pant scored 46 runs off 45 balls on Day 1 of the test match and become the second wicketkeeper after the captain cool himself to score 4000 International Runs.
Keeping this short
- Rishabh Pant scored 46 runs off 45 balls against Bangladesh.
- Pant got out to Mehidy Hasan Miraz
- India lost their 4th Wicket with a score of 112.
By Crox Media: Rishabh Pant, on Wednesday, December 14 become the only second Indian wicketkeeper to score 4000 runs in International Cricket. The left-hander achieved success in the opening Test Between India and Bangladesh at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium.
MS Dhoni is the only keeper from India to score over 4000 runs at the highest level. In 535 matches that he played scored 17092 runs at an average of 44.74 with 15 hundred and 108 half-centuries.
In 128 matches that he played; Pant has scored 4021 runs at an average of 33.78 with a top score of an unbeaten 159.
As a designated wicketkeeper of the national cricket team, Pant Scored 3651 runs from 109 matches with six centuries and 15 fifties to his name.
On Wednesday, he scored 46 forming a solid partnership with Cheteshwar Pujara after India lost Shubhman Gill, KL Rahul, and Virat Kohli in quick succession.
Pant got out to Mehendi Miraz who was a man of the series award after Bangladesh won a 2-1 series against India.
Rishabh Pant made his international debut in 2017 and was inconsistent at the start, but he truly met his international feet afterward.