India Vs New Zealand, 2nd Test: Cheteshwar Pujara hits a six in the second innings of the Mumbai Test. However, Team India star spinner Ashwin threw a challenge. Right now it has become a hot topic on Netflix.
Ind Vs Nz Pujara
India Vs New Zealand, 2nd Test: On the second day of the Mumbai Test, something very rare happened in the second innings of India. In the 12th over of the Indian innings, Ajaz Patel bowled Cheteshwar Pujara for a strike. Ajaz Patel bowled the last ball to Pujara for 6 at short length over the midwicket. Pujara is known for his defense forces. But, as soon as this player hit six, everyone was shocked.
Let me tell you that as soon as Cheteshwar Pujara hit a six, something interesting came out of the Team India dressing room. In fact, Team India off-spinner R Ashwin challenged Cheteshwar Pujara to hit a six on the spinner in the Test. During a conversation with batting coach Vikram Rathore on his YouTube channel during the series on the tour of England, Ashwin said that he would cut his mustache in half if he completes the Pujara Challenge.
Pujara is not ready to play sixes in England!
Vikram Rathore said that Pujara has started working on batting. Rathore claimed that he was persuading Pujara to hit a four from the spinners’ heads. However, Pujara did not hit a single six on the tour of England. However, the batsmen hit a six in the second innings of the second Test against New Zealand.
Two years later Cheteshwar Pujara hit a six. In 2019, Pujara hit a six against South Africa. Pujara has hit only 15 sixes in his Test career. He has played 14800 balls so far. Pujara hit a maximum of 5 sixes against South Africa. At the same time he hit 3, 6 sixes in a row against New Zealand and Australia. Pujara hits sixes against Williamson, Ish Sodhi and Ajaz Patel.
India tighten grip on Mumbai Test
On the second day of the Mumbai Test, Team India strengthened its grip. India were all out for 325 in the first innings. New Zealand were all out for just 62. TeamIndia scored 69 not out in the second innings. Pujara (29) and Mayank Agarwal (38) were unbeaten to give Team India a 332-run lead. Pujara expects a long innings from Mayank Agarwal on the third day of play. So Team India declares the innings as soon as possible, gives New Zealand a huge target and then wins the series.
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