India Vs Australia 4th Test: Cheteshwar Pujara Falls For 193
Indian middle-order batsman Cheteshwar Pujara posed with a historic innings where he was battered on Australia’s soil. Cheteshwar Pujara (193 in 373 balls 22×4) in the fourth Test match against Sydney was the only Indian to maintain an unbeaten 429/6, with an overnight score of 303/4.
Four years ago, the management of the Indian cricket team gave him a chance to play a slow game in Sydney. Pujara scored 201 at an average of 33.2 in the three Tests before the fourth Test. This led him to the final test.
But in the recent Australia tour, he was instrumental to the team. Already, Adelaide has played an innings in the Melbourne Test and has played an active role in India’s victory. Yesterday Virat Kohli (23), Ajinkya Rahane (18) and Lokesh Rahul (9) failed to do well in the all-time unbeaten innings. If he misses a double century, he is the best innings in his career.
Cheteshwar Pujara, who came into the crease with the bowling of Rahul in the second over in the second innings in the Test match on
Thursday, has been batting with three sessions yesterday and a one-and-a-half session session. The wicket in one end, the middle-order batsmen who have been batting with are only 16 runs in the first 59 balls. Pujara, who had already read the pitch, gradually battered the bat.
Pujara, who completed the half century of 134 balls in the process, reached a century with 199 balls and 150 runs in 282 deliveries.
But the individual score was 193 at the spinner Nathan Lyon bowling, and he got out of the crease and got a big shot and got him caught. Pujara Test career already has three dual hundreds, 18 centuries and 20 half century.