Rishabh Pant second youngest to blast Indian Premier League hundred

Posted May 11, 2018

By now, Delhi had lost all hopes of a comeback as the Sunrisers duo handsomely outbatted the efforts of the hosts with seven balls to spare.

Neither Prithvi Shaw (9) nor Jason Roy (11) could fire from the top of the order for the home side but Pant blasted an incredible 128 not out hitting Bhuvneshwar Kumar for three successive sixes in the final over of their innings.

Earlier, Rishabh Pant put behind a couple of running errors that had cost Delhi Daredevils two crucial wickets to smash an unbeaten knock of 128 in 63 balls, including 15 fours and seven sixes.

Dhawan (92 off 50 balls) and Kane Williamson (83 off 53 balls) added an unbeaten 176 for the second wicket as table-toppers Hyderabad cruised to the required 188 in 18.5 overs to register their ninth win in 11 games and confirm a berth in the play-offs, becoming the first team to do so this season.

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Kane Williamson (83*) was Dhawan's faithful companion throughout most of the chase with Alex Hales (14) perishing earlier on. Iyer soon got himself involved in a mix-up with Rishabh Pant and perished to a run-out.

Williamson and Indian global Shikhar Dhawan, who made 92 not out, put on 176 for the second wicket.

Dhawan who was in bad touch since he made his comeback scored 92* off 50 with 9 fours are 4 sixes.

Pant, however continued his onslaught as he launched Shakib for a massive six to bring up his half century in 36 balls even as the out-of-form Glenn Maxwell (9) remained a mere spectator to the southpaw's fireworks.

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While Shreyas has aggregated 351 runs at a strike rate of 149.36 (four fifties), Pant has 393 runs to his name this season with three half-centuries.

Rishabh Pant is only 20 years old but is already showing signs of his vast talent and rapid development with yet another special performance. Hyderabad's Shakib Al Hasan picked up two wickets giving away 27 runs.

The keeper-batsman then took charge of proceedings as he put on 55 runs off 38 balls for the fourth wicket with Harshal Patel (24). During this smoky turn, Rishabh became the first Indian and a third batsman to score a hundred in IPL 11.

"I was just trying to see the ball and hit it clean". We have had a number of injuries as well but the players who have come in, have stepped up really well.

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He was a man possessed after Harshal Patel walked back, failing to return in time after setting out for a second run.