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Pujara and Rizwan make debuts in Sussex County Championship 2022 with century scores


Pujara and Rizwan Sussex: On his Sussex debut against Derbyshire in the County Championship, Chesteshwar Pujara produced a superb century.

The County Championship has begun in England, and Sussex is playing Derbyshire in County Division 2. This game is gaining a lot of attention in South Asia since it features India’s Cheteshwar Pujara and Pakistan’s Mohammad Rizwan, both of whom are making their Sussex debuts.

On a batting-friendly pitch, Derbyshire scored 505 runs in the first innings, with Wayne Madsen scoring a stunning century. Sussex, on the other hand, were bowled out for 174 runs in the first innings. In the first innings, Chesteshwar Pujara scored just six runs, whilst Mohammad Rizwan scored 22. Derbyshire pushed Sussex to play a follow-on.

Pujara and Rizwan Sussex

Sussex batted superbly in the second innings, with skipper Tom Haynes scoring a stunning double-century. Cheteshwar Pujara produced a stunning century on his Sussex debut, which was a sight to behold for Indian fans. Cheteshwar Pujara was undefeated at 151 runs at the time of writing.

Tom Haines and Chesteshwa Pujara have each scored more than 200 runs. It is a fantastic morale-boosting innings for Cheshwar Pujara, who has been dropped from the Indian test team. The Indian side will play a test in England in July 2022. Cheteshwar Pujara has 6713 test runs at 43.88, with 18 centuries and 32 half-centuries to his name.

After Derbyshire (2014), Yorkshire (2015 and 2018), and Nottinghamshire, Sussex is Pujara’s fourth County Club (2017). He was signed to take over for Travis Head, who was supposed to captain the squad this season. Because to personal reasons, Head ruled himself out.

The surface is ideal for batting, and Mohammad Rizwan and Cheteshwar Pujara may be able to bat together in this game. Rizwan had a bad first inning as well, and he’d like to make up for it in the second.