India won the third ODI against England by five wickets. Indian wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant batsman played an important role in this victory.

Rishabh Pant

Rishabh Pant scored his first ODI century in India's series decider against England on Sunday. The left-hander hit five back-to-back boundaries in the 42nd over of the match

Rishabh Pant's 113-ball 125 helped India win the 3-match ODI series against England at Old Trafford, Manchester on Sunday (July 17). 

Rishabh Pant scored his maiden ODI century to claim a comprehensive five-wicket victory over reigning 50-over world champions England at Old Trafford on Sunday.

There was hope for England early in the second innings, with the visitors suffering flashbacks to Thursday's 100-run defeat at Lord's when Reece Topley turned his form around to wipe out India's top

Buttler was all out before England's 259 in 45.4 overs, top-scoring with an 80-ball 60 from No. 5 that Pandya overcame two bad head injuries.

Picked up a four-wicket haul to help Team India beat England in Manchester and Rishabh Pant stitched a 133-run stand with Hardik Pandya who scored 71 off 55 balls.

Hardik Pandya's all-round effort and a classy century from Rishabh Pant helped India beat England by five wickets in the third and final One-Day International 

On the tour of South Africa, in January this year, Pant scored his biggest ODI score, when he was then dismissed for an innings of 86 runs. He missed a good chance to score a century.

Rishabh Pant became the third Indian wicket-keeper batsman to score a century in ODIs outside Asia. Earlier Rahul Dravid scored 145 against Sri Lanka at Taunton in 1999.