VIDEO: Cheteshwar Pujara not out after hitting a century, ‘ruined’ the opposition team as soon as he became the captain, not getting out

Cheteshwar Pujara has become the captain of the same team Sussex in his own game on the soil of the British. As an Indian, as much as this feeling relaxes the heart, the equally happy news is that Cheteshwar Pujara (Cheteshwar Pujara) Has hit a century again. He has led Sussex against Middlesex and has already completed a century in the first innings of the match as captain. The bad thing for the opposing team is that Pujara’s century has been completed but even after that he is unbeaten. That is, where you left your game on the first day, on the second day you will start from there. At the end of the first day’s play, Sussex had scored 328 for 4 wickets.

In the match, Middlesex won the toss and put Sussex to bat first. Sussex didn’t start well. The opening pair broke on just 18 runs. There was no big partnership for the second wicket as well. But then Pujara, who came on the wicket, first supported his fellow batsman Tom Alsop, who was seen in color. Then he also showed his color to the opposing team.

Pujara not out after hitting a century, ruined the opponent!

Tom Alsop got out after scoring 135. He shared a partnership of 250 plus runs with Pujara. Pujara’s century also contributed to this partnership. Tom got out but Pujara stood at one end. Sussex got the third blow for 318 runs. He also got his fourth blow on the same score. That is, back to back wickets together. Despite this, being the captain of the team, there was no pressure on Pujara.

When the first day’s play ended, Pujara remained unbeaten on 115 off 182 balls. His innings included 10 fours and 1 six. He was not dismissed by any Middlesex bowler. Umesh Yadav, playing from Middlesex, also failed to get him out.

Now Pujara will give the color of double century to the century!

Now on the second day, Pujara will try to give this century the color of a double century, but before that let us tell you that this is Pujara’s first county season for Sussex. And for this team in the debut season itself, he has scored 5 centuries, in which there are 2 double centuries. This is his first century as captain, which came against Middlesex.

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