Thursday, January 27, 2022

Cheteshwar Pujara

Dhoni eyes final hurrah with Chennai Super Kings

This could well be his final outing in the Indian Premier League

Day/Night Test: Patel, Ashwin bamboozle England

Visitors shot out for 112; Rohit Sharma stands firm as India reach 99/3 on Day One.

Ashwin puts India in driver’s seat

Scalps five wickets to skittle out England for 134; India stretch lead to 249 runs at stumps on Day Two

2nd Test: Pujara not to take field on Day Two due to injury

Pujara contributed with 21 off 58 balls in India's first inning score of 329. Mayank Agarwal came in as substitute and took the field in Pujara's place after India were bundled out in the morning session of the second day.

Advertising board falls on Dom Bess’ head during media interaction

The England off-spinner, however, kept his calm and continued with the interaction.

Rishabh can be sensible in putting team first: Pujara

Pujara believes that a talent like Pant will learn from his mistakes as he has the ability to rectify and play for the team's cause.

India vs England, Day 3: England in position of strength after hosts lose early wickets

Pant (91), Pujara (73) hit half-centuries but India face follow-on threat after being reduced to 257/6 at stumps on Day 3; Bess picks four wickets

Ind vs Eng, 1st Test: Pant counter-attacks after Kohli, Rahane fail to impress

At the tea break, India's score reads 154/4, trailing the visitors by 424 runs.

Pujara will be huge wicket for us: England skipper Joe Root

"We know he is a fantastic player and he has got a fantastic record in particular, so it is going to be a great challenge to come up against him,” said Root.

Pujara feels strike-rate overrated

The ace batsman says numbers wise, it may not look like a very, very good series for him

Indian team assumes a bulletproof cloak: Chappell

"In also adding the names R Ashwin, Hardik Pandya and Ishant Sharma to the list of available players, India take on an unbeatable appearance."

Rishabh Pant jumps to 13th spot in Test rankings

Mohammad Siraj jumped 32 places to 45th rank after taking six wickets in the match, including a five-wicket haul in the second innings

Sunil Gavaskar lavish praises on Cheteshwar Pujara

Whatever you say about him, it will be very less. He had put his life for the Indian cricket team. He took so many blows, on the gloves, body and was hit on the helmet as well but he stayed there.

Overjoyed at Team India’s success in Australia: PM Modi

India won the four-match series 2-1, after they registered a thumping three-wicket win in the final Test in Brisbane.

The biggest thing in my life, says Pant after match-winning knock

The highest target chased at The Gabba before India surpassed 328 with three wickets in hand on Tuesday was 236, way back in 1951 by hosts Australia against West Indies.

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