Indian cricket team batsman Cheteshwar Pujara once again shared his experience of batting in Australia with wicketkeeper batsman Rishabh Pant. India set a target of 406 runs in the third Test in Sydney last year, while Pant played 97 innings. However, he missed out on completing his century. But he drew the match from his innings. Pujara shared his experience of batting with Pant at the time. The Indian cricket team is currently touring England, where Team India have to play a five-match Test series. If the first Test of the series is drawn by rain, the second Test will take place at Lord’s from Thursday.
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During a conversation on the BBC Test Match Special program, Pujara said, ‘I never thought that Pant could run so fast that day. I didn’t even need to say anything to him. With his natural game, he could easily take the ball out of the field. I only spoke to him once. He was playing about 90 at the time. I told him you had to play a little cautiously, but then he was out. India chased down the target of 389 on the final day as they scored an unbeaten 89 in the fourth Test at the Gabba after Pant and won the series 2-1. Pooja said that he knew that Pant did not have a choice, especially after Shubhman Gill gave the team a good platform.
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He said, ‘The last test was at Gabba. I think this is a good pitch. On this we can at least draw a match. The way Shubham Gil batted after lunch gave us a lot of confidence. In the second seashell, I also started hitting a lot of shots. When Rishabh came for the batsman, we knew he was on the farm. They know their game. He knew he wasn’t playing for a draw. He had to go for the win.