The Border-Gavaskar Trophy collection was Cheteshwar Pujara’s first aggressive outing after a nine-month hiatus due to COVID-19 and India’s No. 3 batsman in Assessments revealed the journey down beneath.
“The Australians weren’t providing any unfastened deliveries and had been sticking to the appropriate line and size. So, I didn’t consider doing something further. I caught to what I knew and was profitable within the final two Assessments.”
Pujara, with 277 runs, was one of many architects of India’s 2-1 collection win.