ICC World Test Championship Final: 4 Indian Batsmen With Most Runs In Test Cricket In 2021
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ICC World Test Championship Final: 4 Indian Batsmen With Most Runs In Test Cricket In 2021

Rishabh Pant and Rohit Sharma
Rishabh Pant and Rohit Sharma (Image Credits: Twitter)
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2021 has been a fantastic year for Test cricket so far. The quest among India, Australia, and England to bag a place in the ICC World Test Championship final against New Zealand was fascinating and thrilling. India rose to the top among the three nations after outplaying Australia in 4-match away series 2-1 and then crushing England with a 3-1 defeat in the home series.

Now, the Virat Kohli-led Indian side is all set to counter Kane Williamson-led New Zealand in the much-awaited final of the ICC World Test Championship.

For India’s success against Australia and England, few Indian players have showcased a lot of efforts in the batting department. These players helped the Indian team to overshadow Australia and England in the Test series and rise to the top of the points table in ICC World Test Championship. In this article, we take a glance at 4 Indian batsmen with the most runs in Test cricket in 2021.

ICC World Test Championship Final: 4 Indian Batsmen With The Most Runs In Test Cricket In 2021

Shubman Gill (298 Runs)

Shubman Gill, ICC World Test Championship
Shubman Gill (Image Credits: Twitter)

Shubman Gill is the 4th Indian player on this list. The right-handed opener made his Test debut against Australia last year and has played some incredible knocks. He has scored 298 runs in Test cricket in 2021. The 21-year-old has batted at an average of 29.80 in 11 innings. Gill played as an opener for India during the Test series against Australia and England in ICC World Test Championship. He smashed 3 half-centuries in 2021, out of which two were against Australia and one against England. His 91-run-knock against Australia in the 4th Test at Brisbane enabled India to have a great start in the batting while chasing the 328-run target in the 4th innings.

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