New Delhi: Emerging Delhi batsman Rishabh Pant added yet another feather to his cap as he slammed the fastest century in the history of India's first-class cricket.
Batting against Jharkhand in ongoing Ranji Trophy season, the 19-year-old reached his century off just 48 balls, breaking the previous record of 56 balls held by two cricketers.
Pant has set the ongoing season of Ranji Trophy on fire, as it was his fourth ton in six innings.
Even in the first innings, Pant slammed an 82-ball ton.
Few days back, Pant hogged limelight as he became the second wicket-keeper batsman to slam triple-century in first-class cricket. Playing against Maharashtra in a Group B match of the ongoing Ranji Season, Pant achieved the historic feat at the iconic Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai.
Pant scored 308 runs from 326 balls before being stumped by Vishant More. Rishabh slammed 42 fours and 8 sixes during his phenomenal innings.
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