Cheteshwar Pujara 193(373)

Cheteshwar Pujara flicked two centuries in the second day of the final Test in Sydney. India’s progress towards big start. After a lunch break of 117 overs India scored 45 runs in 6 wickets.

Cheteshwar Pujara returned to the pavilion with a 373-ball 193. Nathan Lion’s Cotton and Bold is the right arm of Saurashtra. Rishabh Pantha is in the crease for 70 runs. After Pujara was out, Ravindra Jadeja made a comeback in the crease. Jadeja was unbeaten on 13 runs in 33 balls.

Hanuman Bihari, who came to the sixth day on the first day, assured the Indian team at the end of the first day. He was out for 42 runs by Lion and returned to the pavilion. Rishav started to bat after Hanuma.

Opener Mayank Agarwal broke the century on the first day. The opener K.L. Rahul could not get the chance in the last Test.

India captain Virat Kohli decided to bat first before winning the toss. On the first day, he was forced to open with Mayank Agarwal, a longtime friend of Rahul. Rahul, who was caught by Shaun Marsh in the 9th over, was caught in the pavilion after catching him.

If Maunak is out, then Pujara tries to catch the Indian captain Virat Kohli and then co-captain Ajinke Rahane on a pair with Rahane. But Kohli was out for 18 and 18 runs in Rahane only. Failing to score big runs Kohli and Rahane

Pujara touched Sachin Tendulkar, Virat Kohli, who made three centuries in a series on Australia soil. Pujara made 18th century of Test career at the Sydney Cricket Ground.

So far, an Indian has a record highest score of 241 in the possession of Little Master. Whether Pujara can break Sachin Tendulkar’s record or not, cricket fonders look at that.