The final match of the World Test Championship has reached a colorful stage. Chasing Australia’s 444, India need 280 runs to win on the final day. Indian team expected contribution from all the batsmen in this match. India was expecting a struggle from Cheteshwar Pujara, known as a Test specialist. However, he lost his wicket by playing a poor shot. Despite playing county cricket for the past several years, his experience has not come in handy here.
India faced a challenge of 444 runs to win the World Test Championship. Chasing him, Rohit Sharma and Shubman Gill opened with 41 runs. Then Pujara and Rohit Sharma added 51 runs. A few balls after Rohit’s dismissal, Pujara lost his wicket while playing an upper cut. He scored 27 runs.
Pujara has been playing county cricket for the past 7 years. He has previously played county cricket for Yorkshire, Nottinghamshire and Gloucestershire. Also, he has been the captain of the Sussex County team for the last two years. However, his experience did not come in handy in the final match of the Indian team’s two World Test invincibles.
He scored eight in the first innings and 15 in the second innings against New Zealand in the World Test Championship 2021 final. After that, this time also he could not cross the 30 run mark. He scored 14 runs in the first innings. In these two finals combined, only 64 runs have come from his bat.
(Cheteshwar Pujara County Experience Not Worthy For India In Two WTC Final)
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