The Border-Gavaskar Trophy series was Cheteshwar Pujara’s first competitive outing after a nine-month hiatus because of COVID-19 and India’s No. 3 batsman in Tests revealed the journey down under.
“The Australians were not offering any loose deliveries and were sticking to the right line and length. So, I did not think of doing anything extra. I stuck to what I knew and was successful in the last two Tests.”
Pujara, with 277 runs, was one of the architects of India’s 2-1 series win.
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