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Pant close to creating history, 39-year-old records may break on second day, see list

Pant close to creating history, 39-year-old records may break on second day, see list
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The first match of the Test series is currently being played between India and New Zealand. India did not start well in this match, and the team had lost 3 wickets for just 40 runs. In this, captain Virat Kohli was dismissed by just 2 runs. Apart from them, Prithvi Shaw, Cheteshwar Pujara and Hanuma Vihari were also unsuccessful.

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Mayank Agarwal scored 34 runs in 84 balls, including 5 fours. In this match, only 55 overs were played due to rain on the first day. India scored 122 at the loss of 5 wickets at the end of the first day's play.

In this Ajinkya Rahane scored 38 runs in 122 balls and wicketkeeper batsman Rishabh Pant scored 10 runs in 37 balls. Pant and Rahane would like to take this partnership forward on the second day of this match. Pant and Rahane have so far added 21 runs in 83 balls for the sixth wicket.

These record can break the pant on the second day

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On the second day of this match, Rishabh Pant will have a chance to achieve a big record. He could become the highest wicketkeeper in New Zealand on earth.

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Currently, this record is in the name of Syed Kirmani, who scored 78 runs in the Auckland Test in 1981. In such a situation, Pant can record these names on the second day.

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