Rishabh Pant set an enormous record on his behalf when he brilliantly batted against England in both innings of the Edgbaston Test match. In the first innings of that game, Pant first played an inning of 146 runs with 111 balls, and then again in the second inning of 86 balls, an inning of 57 runs with the help of 8 fours. After his two innings, Rishabh Pant, as overseas wicketkeeper, became the top run-scorer in a Test match on English soil. Rishabh Pant breaks 72-year-old record Rishabh Pant totaled 203 runs in both innings of the Edgbaston Test match and is now, as overseas wicketkeeper, the highest run-scorer in a Test match on English soil. With that, Rishabh Pant also broke the 72-year-old record. Prior to Rishabh Pant, the record for most runs in a Test match as a foreign wicketkeeper on English soil was held by Clyde Walcott, who scored 182 runs in a Test match in 1950. After MS Dhoni after 11 years, Rishabh Pant has done wonders in England Rishabh Pant became the second Indian wicketkeeper to score in both innings of a Test match on English soil in half a century. Previously in 2011, MS Dhoni had scored a half-century in both innings of the Birmingham Test game, notching 77 runs in the first innings and not retiring 74 in the second innings. After that, Rishabh Pant, now 11, hit 146 and 57 runs again in both innings of the Birmingham Test.