Rishabh Pant CricketCountry

Delhi s Rishabh Pant went to achieve a unique record during the Ranji Trophy 2017-18 final against Vidarbha. He broke Sachin Tendulkar s 22-year-old record when he stepped out for the toss. Aged 20 years 86 days, Pant is the youngest-ever to lead a side in a Ranji Final. Tendulkar achieved this feat aged 21 years 337 days. Tendulkar led Mumbai in the 1994-95 final, which was played on March 27, almost a month before his 22nd birthday.

In that particular season, Tendulkar had scored 856 runs at 122.28. He had 5 hundreds and 1 fifty; his best Ranji season ever. He scored 140 and 139 in the final against Punjab at Wankhede Stadium. Pant would like to emulate the same playing for Delhi at Indore. He is currently batting in the middle with Delhi in a spot of bother.

Pant so far has played 20 First-Class games for Delhi. He has so far scored 1,502 runs at an impressive of 55.62.