Thinking of runs, not selection: Cheteshwar Pujara
Though he failed to see his team home in the second four-day encounter against West Indies A, Cheteshwar Pujara has been India A’s best batsman on view – by far – on their tour of the Caribbean.
Pujara, the captain, has made three half-centuries in four outings in a further indication of his class, especially given that in four completed innings, 277 in the first innings of the first match in Bridgetown remains the team’s highest total.
Pujara burst on to the international scene with a match-winning 72 in the second innings against Australia in Bangalore in October 2010. Since then, though, it’s been a long tryst with injuries, a dip in form and the lack of the big knocks one has come to associate with Pujara.Read more
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