Cheteshwar Pujara recalls the thrilling victory of the Bangalore Test.

Ceteshwar Pujara remembers his victory in the match against Ajingya Rakhane and says he felt pressure when he came out with the bat.

Cheteshwar Puhara Cheteshwar Puhara. (source: Twitter)

The series of four tests between India and Australia has recently been considered one of the most competitive. The series offered fans many exciting moments in which both teams tried to prove their dominance on the field. The Australian visitors, led by Steve Smith, came close to overthrowing the Indian team and claiming an historic victory in the series.

After the first test of the series, Steve Smith and Co. was determined to win the second test as well. India was already under pressure after losing the first test in Pune. In order to inflict even more suffering on the Virat hosts, Kohli was eliminated in the first stage of stage 2. Tests related to 189, when Nathan Lyon scalped eight wickets to destroy their power in baseball.

Moreover, the Australians Sean Marsh and Matt Renshaw fled in their first flight half a century after 276. Another defeat weighs on India’s head, but the difference is that Chesvar beat Pujara Pujara 92 times in the second set. Pujara (92) and Rahein (52) brought India to a total of 274, and in response Australia was paired in 112 seconds. Ashwin played a key role in all 75 Indian races and scalped six wickets in the final round of the test.

On Monday Ashwin and Pujara remembered their victory. Ceteshwar Pujara remembers the victory in the match against Ajingya Rakhane and says he felt pressure when he took the bat in the second leg. According to Pukhara-san, the Australian players dragged the Indian duo along as if they had already won the game.

I felt pressure as I approached the club: Cheteshwar Pukhara

For me, the first test game was… …when we lost, we all sat down and talked together. In four sets of tests it is always difficult to come back from a 1-0 deficit, Pukhara said.

In the first. Inning (Bengaluru test) we didn’t play very well. So when I came in, I felt a lot of pressure. But after the first… Inning Anil Bhai (Kumbl) talked to me about how to deal with Nathan Lyon. I went to the NCA and worked on a few things that helped me.

But I felt the pressure when I went to the bat (2nd inning). The way they slept… I thought they were a little ahead of what they wanted to achieve. His thinking process was… they felt like they’d already won the game, he said.

When I was with Ajinkya (Rakhana) for tea, we went into the dressing room and they slept as if they had won the competition. Then I had the feeling that everything had really changed, said the drummer of Saurashtra.

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