Wednesday, March 29, 2023

Cheteshwar Pujara again scores double ton!

Hove: He left for the UK looking for certain runs and open the entryway for an India rebound. Yet, Cheteshwar Pujara has proactively accomplished more than that, scoring his second twofold hundred years for Sussex in the Region Title Division Two in Hove on Saturday.

Pujara made 203 and confronted 334 balls, in which he hit 24 fours. The senior India player was batting for the time being on 107, which helped his side take a significant lead against Durham, who were all out for 223 in their most memorable innings.

Because of Pujara’s work, Sussex broadened their predominance on the third day of the match, their innings finishing at 538 for an enormous lead of 315 runs.

With Sussex upholding follow-on, Durham were 38 for no misfortune in their subsequent paper, actually following by 277 runs.

The undesirable India hitter, who is in shimmering structure, is making the majority of his province stretch. He currently has scored two hundreds and as many twofold hundreds of years in his five innings.

Making his presentation for Sussex, Pujara had scored 6 and an unbeaten 201 to help his side draw the match against Derbyshire.

In Sussex’s 34-run misfortune to Worcestershire, he scored 109 in the primary innings, trailed by 12 in the subsequent paper.

The large runs will save Pujara in conflict for a spot in the Indian crew when they travel to Britain for the delayed fifth Test in the not so distant future.

The veteran player was dropped from the Indian Test group following the series misfortune in South Africa recently.

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