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India vs Australia 3rd Test Melbourne: Cheteshwar Pujara Gives up Matching a ‘Flying’ Virat Kohli Between The Wickets, Twitter React Hilariously | WATCH
India vs Australia 3rd Test Melbourne: The incident involving Cheteshwar Pujara and India captain Virat Kohli happened in the 120th over of the 3rd Test.
India vs Australia 3rd Test Melbourne: The incident involving Cheteshwar Pujara and India captain Virat Kohli happened in the 120th over of the 3rd Test. Kohli flicked an overpitched ball from Pat Cummins to the leg side and while the skipper took off for the run, Pujara, who is not that quick between the wickets was lagging behind. Kohli was looking for the fourth run but found Pujara had not even made the third run and was just not interested in coming back for a fourth. It was a moment in the match that made fans laugh as they took to Twitter to react on it and it was as hilarious as it gets.
First, watch the video:
That slow mate that can’t keep up with you between wickets
— Telegraph Sport (@telegraph_sport) December 27, 2018
Here are the comments.
— Jυɳeɗ ….!! (@Marvellous_Capt) December 27, 2018
Is this time for knee replacement ?
OR shilajit will work ? #AUSvIND
— Vanakkam (@Sanjay_0112) December 27, 2018
Pujara made it a sharp 3.
— Zzzz… (@taah_zzzz) December 27, 2018
Bhai apna chautha Lene ke liye bhi tayyar that .
— Manik Dutt (@ManikDutt3) December 27, 2018
Che Pujara proving again slow & steady wins the race… Great knock 319 deliveries against this quality attack is some achievement.
— Cricket Guru (@CricketGuru15) December 27, 2018
But makes more runs…It’s literally the rabbit – tortoise tale
— Zentropy (@singhghanshyam) December 27, 2018
Kohli and Pujara stitched together an invaluable 170-run partnership to help India get to the driver’s seat.
Meanwhile, Cheteshwar Pujara has hardly put a foot wrong during his another incredible knock in India’s ongoing tour to Australia. Pujara displayed zen-like focus, exuded brilliant confidence and showed unmatched determination as he slammed his 17th Test hundred in the third Test against Australia at the iconic Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) on Thursday. With this knock, Pujara also completed the milestone of scoring 2000 Test runs away from home.
At stumps, Australia were placed at 8 for no loss from 6 overs with openers Aaron Finch and Marcus Harris were both unbeaten on 3 and 5 respectively. India lead by 435 runs.