Cheteshwar Pujara’s ‘Chhappar Phad’ run-rain in Pardes, after 3 years of famine, once again beyond 100

Cheteshwar Pujara has scored a century for Sussex in the fourth consecutive match.

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This batsman of the Indian cricket team has so far scored a total of 4 centuries including two double centuries in the tournament and has batted in only 7 innings.

In the game of cricket, no one is ever considered completely out or defeated until he himself admits defeat. Especially if we talk about such players, who have performed at the international level for a long time and have touched heights. Such players also have to see bad times and they also have to crave for runs or wickets at times. Virat Kohli (Virat Kohli) This is being talked about for a long time now, but like them, Indian cricket (Indian Cricket Team) second star of Cheteshwar Pujara (Cheteshwar Pujara) There are also those who had to pay the price of poor form by losing their place, but at the moment, in search of form away from the country, they have been showering runs and now have also scored their fourth consecutive century.

Cheteshwar Pujara, who has been batting for the Indian cricket team for the last decade in Test cricket, had to lose his place in the team this year. He was not scoring runs in Test cricket as well as his runs were not coming out in Ranji Trophy as well. For nearly three years, Pujara had not scored a century in any format or at any level. In such a situation, in the hope of rekindling the hunger for runs and creating a ton of runs, Pujara turned to the County Championship in England and now the situation seems to be changing.

Hit century with quick batting

Pujara has been playing for Sussex Cricket Club for the last one month in the second division in England’s famous County Championship. Playing for this club, Pujara has played 4 matches so far and has scored a century in every match with his bat. On Saturday 7 May, Pujara scored a century in the second innings against Middlesex. The pace of this century of Pujara was also very fast.

Normally a slow batsman, Pujara scored his fourth consecutive century in the County Championship in just 133 balls. By the end of the day’s play, he had scored 125 runs in 149 balls, which included 16 fours and 2 sixes.

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For the 34-year-old Pujara, this county season with the Sussexes is going well. He is playing for this team for the first time and so far has scored a century or a double century in every match. He has played 7 innings of 4 matches so far, in which a total of 4 centuries have come with his bat including two double centuries. The Indian team has to tour England in July this year, where the last Test remaining of last year’s series is to be played. Apparently, Pujara has staked claim to make his place in the team for this Test.