Cheteshwar Pujara Birthday: Virat Kohli was among the first to wish the Test star on his extraordinary day while the BCCI entertained him with a little stanza to hail his flexibility.
Cheteshwar Pujara turned 33 on Monday with wishes pouring in for India’s marvelous batsman via online media. India’s cricket commander Virat Kohli was among the first to wish the Test star on his unique day. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) shared a video connect to perhaps the best hundred – a thump of 143 against Sri Lanka in Nagpur. The BCCI additionally entertained Cheteshwar Pujara with a little stanza to hail his flexibility. Numerous cricketers and fans took to Twitter too to offer their appreciation to India’s batting star, who had assumed a significant part in the group’s memorable Test arrangement win in Australia as of late.
Happy birthday pujji @cheteshwar1. Wish you good health, happiness and more hours at the crease 😃. Have a great year ahead.— Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) January 25, 2021
The only 'common factor' in back to back series wins in Australia! #HappyBirthdayPujara You have proved to the new generation that not only quality of runs but spending quality time at crease is as important. Have a great year ahead 🎉 #CheteshwarPujara @cheteshwar1 pic.twitter.com/dvQU08hdFc— R P Singh रुद्र प्रताप सिंह (@rpsingh) January 25, 2021
He takes body blows— BCCI (@BCCI) January 25, 2021
Grinds it out in the middle
Braves it all & stands tall
81 Tests 🏏
6111 runs 👌
13572 balls faced 👏
18 hundreds 👍
Here's wishing #TeamIndia's Mr. Dependable @cheteshwar1 a very happy birthday 🎂
Let's relive one of his fine tons against Sri Lanka 🎥👇
While Pujara neglected to hit a century in Australia, he played some pivotal thumps when India required it most to pound down the Australian bowlers. He played the ideal foil to additionally assaulting batsmen like Rishabh Pant as India penetrated Australia’s stronghold Gabba to make sure about a 2-1 arrangement win.
No opposing group over the most recent 32 years had ever succeeded at the Gabba, before India came thumping. Assaulted by wounds, the Indian group gave various presentations, and few gave the unpracticed outfit to do anything of note.
Driven splendidly by Ajinkya Rahane, and upheld by the always present Pujara, India’s young weapons stood tall pulled of probably the greatest win in Test history to leave the hosts shell-stunned.