Let's write about Cheteshwar Pujara today. Let's write about it tomorrow. Do not forget to write about it the day after that. Write about them on Thursday and Friday. On Saturday, January 12, you will not be able to write about Cheteshwar Pujara. After five days, India will play Australia in one-dayers. In these five days, all of you will get toast behind India's first series victory in Australia.
What will you write about?
In any case, do not make it less than 1258 words. Pujara has faced many balls in the series. On the second day of the Sydney Test when he faced the ball of his 1258th series, he was on his knees, bowling at 193, India 418, over 130, over, in the Australian team.
Did Pujara already win the series in India? Was there anything left to play for India, Australia? If there was a rain, it would not have been so.
Or did Pujara win it in Adelaide already? When Australia came to know that they can quickly open the openers, but pricing of this person out of three was like climbing one of the corners of the giant.
Pujara played the first shot in the series when he went behind the wicket of KL Rahul in the third over. 3/1, the beginning of the tour – what was it? Was it a tablet too? Was it a poker-faced bat that he had presented? Did he leave the ball?
It was a dot ball. One of the many balls he will offer a DeadPane bat.
Pujara's innings lasted 376 minutes, 388 minutes in India. Pujara alone 41 overs, India faced 88 overs.
Before India's innings closed, a ball was run out in an attempt to retain Pujara strikes. However, before that, he hurt India from 210/8 to 250/8 and himself in less than five overs from 89 to 123 – whether he entertained Synex with Stark and Hejalwood's sixes also.
India beat Australia by 31 runs in Adelaide
In the second innings, the openers gave a disagreement by waiting till 18.2 overs for Pujara.
Even then, he was surprised.
His first delivery was defended. It was a dot ball. One of the many.
Pujara was dismissed for 70 in the 87th over. His innings lasted for 204 minutes, 465 minutes in India. Pujara alone 34 overs, India faced 106.5 overs.
In Perth also in the first innings of Adelaide, Pujara was out in the third over. India 6/1
His first delivery was defended. It was a dot ball. One of the many.
Pujara fell in the 39th over. His innings lasted 151 minutes, 452 minutes in India. Pujara hit 17 overs, India faced 105.5 overs
In the second innings, Pujara got to bat in the first over. He went back into the fourth over.
His first delivery was left alone. It was a dot ball. Only one of the nine dots.
As the gap between India and Pujara increased, the gap between Australia and India increased as well. India lost by 146 runs.
In Melbourne, India's new salute pair gave Pujara 18.5 overs to work on his dance moves. Any kind of record
Their first delivery was duck under. It was a dot ball. One of the many.
Pujara scored 106 runs in 126th over. He faced 53 overs alone, India faced 169 overs.
Kel Rahul returned to Sydney and Pujara was again out in the second over.
By the time Pujara had faced his 1204th delivery of the series, he had overtaken Rahul Dravid, for the highest delivery faced by an Indian batsman in Australia.
As long as he faced his 1258th ball in Sydney (most by anybody in a four-Test series in Australia), he was 193, India 418, the Australian team bowling on his knees.
Pujara fell in 193, 126th over. He faced 62 overs alone, India 167.2 overs.
He ended Scream, Pose, Dance, Interview
– Mohandas Menon (@morestatsman) 3 January 2019
Cheteshwar Pujara was the player of the match and series. He was also a statistician. In more than one way, they overtook Australia.
They did this by being true to themselves and their batting. For a batsman whose test average has crossed 50 of his career, which is brought under the constant scrutiny of this kind of case, little is said about both the captain and the coach who decides on the last playing XI Does.
This is Pujara's win against Australia as much as winning the victory over Pujara's victory.
In the days of India's series triumph, Virat Kohli said to Pujara –
He said, "He is very flexible in changing his game very quickly. The last time he played in Australia, he made some changes in his setup, and was working for them. He is acknowledging the fact that if he has been told something and he has to work on those things, then he has worked on it.
The question asks, 'some' why Rohit, Rahul and Rahane have never been told? If so, why do not they work on those things?
While this will be Virat Kohli's victory, and to some extent Ravi Shastri too; It's a good time at any time to see how the captain made his game again, which made it almost the same for Pujara.
But no one has said – Kohli has been 'more flexible in making changes in his game'.
Comparison of strik rate between captain and their number 3:
In Adelaide: Pujara 50 and 34.8, Kohli 18.75 and 32.69 – India won (Pujara 100)
In Perth: Pujara 23.3 and 36.36, Kohli 47.85 and 42.5 – Australia won (Kohli 100)
In Melbourne: Pujara 33.22, Kohli 40.19 – India won – India won (Pujara 100)
In Sydney: Pujara 51.74, Kohli 38.98 – Draw (Pujara 100)
In 7 innings, Pujara scored 502 in 74.42, Kohli 282 scored 40.28.
Kohli scored 177 (417 ball)
Pujara 222 runs (564 ball)
– Gaurav Sethi (@BoredCricket) 21 December 2018
In between Rishabh Pant, 350 runs at 58.33 The second greatest batting average of Mayank Agarwal – was 65 for 195 runs.
While Pant is 9 Tests old, Agarwal has just played 2. One hardly 21, the other 27 are.
Like Pujara neither Pant nor Agarwal is still a ODI or T20 star. They are all impacting through Test cricket. It is unlikely that either the player will join the team for the World Cup.
Unlike Pujara, both will turn to the IPL teams before the World Cup.
For Pujara, it is a blessing for India that he is unsold in the previous IPL auction. On his return to India, he will play in the Ranji Trophy. In the summer, he will again leave for county cricket in England.
However, this time no person of his right mind will drop him for a Test match based on the county form.
While much of Pujara's two left leg is being made, and Mum Pujara dances to celebrate winning the series, it hardly does justice to the batsman's dance abilities.
The phrase, & # 39; dancing under the spinners & # 39; Che made for Pujara.
Not since VVS Laxman, an Indian batsman has played Australian spin with such fantastic moves.
But that's cricket. Do not move after the match.
When he is not coming down to the wicket to spin, he is standing there, long, self-assurance, a protector of a different realm – that which can ever fall.
But not on his watch. Is he the last Test batsman?
Only a few people knew it. And even among those few, those who wanted to know it unknowingly.
Pujara will bring you home. It's just that it will go a long way. And when you realize, for a series that started on December 6, and ended on January 7 next year; The only way home is – long way, way of Pujara
If you are ready for it, you can sing with it, and dance for it.
Do not expect to join Pujara. That is the reason that you are dancing. you are singing.
Be grateful Before that rarely a straight bat for Indian cricket has achieved so much.
Try and do not be too crooked with it.
(Gaurav Sethi branded Bored Cricket Crazy Indians (BCC!) To bring bloggers together! He also branded Che Pujara, Jatman and Thank You Sachin – as a cartoon, before the departure of the farewell. He used to work on Brands. He works on himself, he tweets @BoredCricket)
First published: January 8, 2019, 1:03 PM IST