Rishabh Pant became the batsman to score the most sixes in Test cricket at the age of 23: Pant broke Tim Southee’s record

Rishabh Pant became the batsman to score the most sixes in Test cricket at the age of 23:ย Rishabh Pant, the young wicket-keeper batsman of the Indian cricket team, is presenting his amazing batting scenes in the history of Test cricket.

He played a huge role in winning the Test series against the Australian cricket team on his own land. After that, he is now batting very well and brilliantly against the England cricket team in his own country.

In the first innings of the second Test of this series against the England cricket team, he scored an unbeaten 58 runs with the help of 7 fours and 3 sixes, facing 77 balls.

After hitting 3 skyscrapers sixes in this magnificent innings, he has made a new world record in the history of Test cricket.

Let us tell you that Rishabh Pant, the young wicket-keeper batsman of the Indian team, is currently 23 years old.

He was the name of Team Southey before him in this age in the matter of hitting the most sixes in the history of Test cricket.

But Rishabh Pant beat Team Southee as soon as he hit 3 best sixes against England. And with this, he has made this new world record.

At the age of 23, Rishabh Pant hit his 31st six. And with this, Team Southee has broken the record of hitting 30 sixes at this age.

At the age of 2A, he had hit 29 sixes in the name of former great captain and all-rounder of Indian cricket team Kapil Dev.

Rishabh Pant became the batsman to score the most sixes in Test cricket at the age of 23: Pant broke Tim Southee's record

Top-5 batsmen, who hit the most sixes at the age of 23 in the history of Test cricket –

  1. Rishabh Pant – 31
  2. Team Southee – 30
  3. Kapil Dev – 29
  4. Craig McMillan – 28
  5. Simran – 27

Hetmyer Test Rishabh Pant reached number three in terms of scoring the most runs in 30 innings in the history of cricket. Let us know which batsman has scored more runs than him.

Rishabh Pant has scored 1248 runs in 30 innings of 18 matches in his Test career so far. Before him, this record is recorded in the name of Australian batsman Adam Gilchrist.

He scored a total of 1278 runs in 30 innings. Adam Gilchrist is followed by Dujon’s name. This batsman had scored a total of 1267 runs in 30 innings.

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