Birmingham's 146, 57: Pant in elite league

By: Sandesh

In the second innings of the 5th Test, which has been postponed against England in Birmingham, Rishabh Pant backed up his first-inning hundred with a strong fifty.

Pant became the first Indian wicketkeeper to score 150 in an international test match.

The Edgbaston crowd adored Pant's performance as he savaged the England attack.

After Farokh Engineer in 1973, he was the first additional Indian wicketkeeper to complete the feat in a Test match.

In the first innings, Pant hit his 146 runs in just 111 balls while putting together a 222-run partnership with Ravindra Jadeja.

In the first innings, Pant hit his 146 runs in just 111 balls while putting together a 222-run partnership with Ravindra Jadeja.

With 203 runs, Pant broke the previous record for the most runs scored by a visiting wicketkeeper in a Test match in England.

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