Indian wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant on Saturday equalled former skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s document on Day three of the primary Take a look at between India and Australia. The 21-year-old took 3 catches within the day, to take his overall tally to 6 catches – which is the easiest through an Indian wicketkeeper in one innings of a Take a look at fit.
Pant used to be chargeable for the dismissal of Mitchell Starc, Travis Head and Josh Hazlewood as he frivolously picked up the 3 takes. Whilst it used to be Jasprit Bumrah who picked Starc’s wicket, Head and Hazlewood had been pushed aside on consecutive deliveries through the seamer Mohammed Shami.
Previous, on Day 2, Pant used to be chargeable for the dismissals of Usman Khawaja, Peter Handscomb and Australia captain Tim Paine. Whilst Ravichandran Ashwin pushed aside Khawaja, Shami and Ishant Sharma took the wickets of the opposite two, respectively.
Dhoni had accomplished the similar feat in 2009 within the third Take a look at towards New Zealand in Wellington within the first innings. The easiest collection of catches in one innings is recorded through Pakistan’s Wasim Bari, England’s Bob Taylor, New Zealand’s Ian Smith and West Indies’ Ridley Jacobs who all took 7 catches each and every.
India bowled out Australia for 235 at the rain-affected day in Adelaide, gaining a lead through 15 runs. Bumrah and Ashwin took 3 wickets each and every, whilst Sharma and Shami picked up two wickets within the innings.
Previous, Australia had bowled out India for 250 within the first innings.