Cheteshwar pujara wishes ranji trophy champion saurastra for winning final


Cheteshwar Pujara had landed in Delhi to play the 100th Test match.
India beat Australia by 6 wickets in Delhi Test

New Delhi. The Indian cricket team has made a 2-0 lead by winning 2 consecutive matches in the 4-match Test series against Australia. After winning by an innings and 132 runs in Nagpur, Delhi won by 6 wickets. Team India has taken strong steps towards the final of the ICC Test Championship. With winning one more match, the place of the team will be confirmed. The Delhi Test was memorable for Cheteshwar Pujara, who came here to play his 100th Test match. The winning shot for the team also came from his bat.

Australia won the toss and elected to bat first in the Delhi Test and scored 263 runs on the basis of half-centuries from Usman Khawaja and Peter Handscomb. In the first innings, thanks to Akshar Patel’s 74, India scored 262 and allowed Australia to take a lead of just 1 run. In the second innings, the Kangaroo team was reduced to just 113 runs in front of the spin of Ravindra Jadeja and R Ashwin. India had a target of 115 runs, which the team achieved by losing 4 wickets.

Cheteshwar Pujara shared the experience after the match

“It is really a wonderful experience to play the 100th Test match. Unfortunately, I could not score many runs in the first innings. My family was present here to watch my 100th Test match, it was a very special experience. We won this match, the most important thing is that the last four hit for the victory came out of my bat. Ahem wants to win the next two matches as well.

Pujara didn’t know his team won

“After the match was over, he was told that his Ranji team had won the trophy. Pujara said on this, what’s the matter, I did not know that my Ranji Trophy team Saurashtra has won the title by defeating Bengal. This is a wonderful thing. Many congratulations to all the players of the team. This is our second trophy in the last three-four years, so the win is very special.

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