The southpaw has 42 maximums to his name and is ahead of MS Dhoni and Brad Haddin, who smashed 31 sixes each.

Rishabh Pant is on a record-breaking spree in Test cricket. After scoring fastest fifty by an Indian in Whites, he has achieved a few more milestones.

His 28-ball fifty in the second innings of the final match against Sri Lanka took him to another world record.

As a wicket-keeper, he has hit the most sixes in the first 50 Test innings.

The southpaw has 42 maximums to his name and is ahead of MS Dhoni and Brad Haddin, who smashed 31 sixes each.

Adam Gilchrist (30) and Jos Buttler (21) are also part of the elite panel of the cricketers.

Meanwhile, Sri Lanka still need 419 runs to win the game with nine wickets in hand.

The hosts had defeated the visitors by an innings and 222 runs in the Mohali Test to take a 1-0 lead in a two-match series.

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