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Rishabhpant scored 91 against England in the first Test being played in Chennai. (i file photo)
Indian wicketkeeper batsman Rishabhpant is hurt by the breaking of the glacier at Chamoli in Uttarakhand. He has expressed grief to those killed in this incident. Pant has announced to pay his match fees for the rescue work. He posted on social media and appealed to people to donate as well. Pant is a resident of Haridwar.
The glacier collapsed in Tapovan in Chamoli district of Uttarakhand and fell into the Rishiganga River. This created flood conditions and the dam on Dhauliganga was washed away. There is a possibility of 170 people killed in this accident.
Pant scored 91 runs in Chennai Test
Pant is in the Indian team for the first Test being played in Chennai for the four-Test series with the England team on the Indian tour. He first scored 99 off 88 balls in the first innings. Earlier, Pant also performed better on the tour of Australia.
Better performance on Australia tour too
He played a key role in drawing the match by scoring 97 runs off 118 balls in the third Test played with Australia in Sydney. At the same time, in the Brisbane Test, they scored 89 runs off 138 balls and won the team. With this, the Indian team captured the series by defeating Australia 2–1 in the four-Test series.
Pant has scored runs at an average of 43.52 in Tests
Pant has scored 1088 runs in 16 Tests played at an average of 43.52 so far. At the same time, he has scored 374 runs in 16 ODIs at an average of 26.71. He has scored 410 runs in 27 ODIs at an average of 20.5.