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Pant creates history, becomes No.1 keeper in Australia, breaks 4 big record together

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India's dashing wicket-keeper batsmen Rishabh Pant, on the fifth day of the first Test between India & Australia in Adelaide. Pant has created history and registered his name in this world record and made 4 big records together.

4. Rishabh Pant breaks the 37-years-old big record:

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When Pant took the catch of Tim Paine, he made a record of taking most catches by any wicketkeeper by a visiting team in Australia and became No.1 visiting keeper in Australia.
Rishabh Pant had made 11 dismissals in the Adelaide Test against Australia, before that this record was in the name of David Murray of the West Indies, who made 9 dismissals in Australia in 1981.

3. Most dismissal by an Indian wicketkeeper:

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Not only that, Rishabh Pant has reached number one in the list of the most dismissal by an Indian wicketkeeper in a Test match, before Pant, Wriddhimaan Saha had made 10 dismissals in a Test match. Now Pant has left Saha behind to capture the No.1 one place.

3. Most dismissal by a wicketkeeper in test cricket:

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Pant took 11 catches in this match. Prior to Pant, England's Jack Russell and South African AB de Villiers have also had 11 catches in a single test match. Now Pant has equalized this world record and joined this legendary club.

1. Pant also broke the record of Dhoni:

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Pant took 6 catches in Australia's first innings in the Adelaide Test, and he became the Indian wicketkeeper who took the most catches in an innings in Australia. Earlier this record was in the name of Dhoni who had 5 catches in Perth in 2008.
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