Rishabh Pant comes to be fastest Indian wicket-keeper to achieve 1000 test runs

The Indian wicket-keeper batsman, Rishabh Pant earlier on Tuesday outweighed the well-known former Indian skipper, Mahendra Singh Dhoni to evolve to be the quickest Indian wicketkeeper batsman to attain the 1000 run mark in Test cricket format.

The current Indian wicket-keeper, Rishabh Pant accomplished this milestone in just 27 innings, achieving at an stunning average of 40.04. The former skipper, MS Dhoni took 32 innings to attain the milestone.

Talking about the batting in India’s following innings in the fourth and the very ultimate Test clash to take on Australia at the Gabba earlier on Tuesday, Rishabh Pant required just a single run to attain the mark and he recouped it by slamming the Australian pacer, Pat Cummins to begin the knock and leave the mark with a dual runs.


Moreover, Rishabh Pant and MS Dhoni, there are five different Indian stumpers – Farokh Engineer, who took 36 innings to achieve the mark, Wriddhiman Saha who took 37 innings to attain the feat, Nayan Mongia who had taken 39 innings to reach the mark, Syed Kirmani who took 45 innings to surpass the mark and ultimately, Kiran More, who took 50 innings to get over the 1000 runs mark, are the others who stroked the 1000-run record in Test game format.

The South African batsman, Quinton de Kock clenches the title for occurring the quickest wicketkeeper batsman to surpass 1000 runs in Test games. He accomplished this in just 21 innings.

Below the South African batsman, De Kock is the Sri Lankan batsman, Dinesh Chandimal, who had achieved this mark in just 22 innings, the English batsman, Jonny Bairstow, who took 22 innings to attain this mark, the stunning Sri Lankan wicket-keeper batsman, Kumar Sangakkara, who took 23 innings to achieve this runs and finally, the former South African skipper, AB de Villiers, who also took 23 innings to surpass this run mark.

Back In 2019, the current Indian batsman, Rishabh Pant came to be the quickest Indian wicketkeeper to amass 50 dismissals in the Test format game versus the West Indian squad.


The Indian wicketkeeper, Rishabh Pant achieved a game beating score of 89 in 138 deliveries without getting dismissed earlier on Tuesday as India gained a victory in the fourth and ultimate Test clash against Australia to confirm the sequel 2-1, therefore putting an end to the home squad’s 32 year old undefeated streak at the venue of Brisbane.

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