Pant's third Test century helps hosts snatch advantage from England, hosts in command with 89 run lead and three wickets in hand
India vs England fourth Test: It's 'pretty daunting' the way Rishabh Pant scores, says Jeetan Patel
England's spin bowling coach Jeetan Patel said it is 'pretty daunting' to see the way Rishabh Pant scores.
Rishabh Pant scored a fabulous hundred in the fourth Test to put India in the driver's seat against England.
Rishabh Pant plundered 13 fours and two sixes in his breathtaking 101 off 118 balls on day two of the final Test against England.
Rishabh Pant displayed tremendous game sense to first bide his time before taking a worn out attack to the cleaners.
Rishabh Pant cracked a 118-ball 101 studded with 13 hits to the fence and two sixes to anchor India's innings after a 144-ball 49 by opener Rohit Sharma at the top.
India are still 52 runs behind England's first innings score of 205 after the visitors managed to make inroads every time when a partnership seemed to be on the horizon.
Ashton Agar was specifically impressed with how Axar Patel used the shiny part of the ball to bowl straighter ones.
Ajinkya Rahane is sweating it out at the training ground to ensure that he puts on a great show at the Narendra Modi Stadium.
England batting consultant Jonathan Trott said there may not be many changes in the side for the fourth Test.