When it comes to playing spin, Cheteshwar Pujara has deft feet, but how does he do on the dance floor?
On Wednesday, India batter Cheteshwar Pujara participated in a question-and-answer session with his followers on Twitter. The 34-year-old player, who has been in fantastic form in England’s domestic List A event, the Royal London Cup, addressed several of the questions that were posed to him by his fans. These topics included what his most difficult knock was and one objective that he has set for himself.
On the other hand, it was not all serious chat as former India opener Aakash Chopra asked the seasoned Test specialist a humorous question at one point. “Hey pal, in comparison to 2008, would you say that you’ve improved as a dancer?” Chopra wrote.
The response that Pujara provided was absolutely priceless.
He wrote with a smiling face emoji, “Sorry to disappoint, no changes whatsoever.”
Another kind tweet came from Chopra to Pujara in response to his inquiry.
“Therefore, in order to smother the spin and shatter centuries, please continue dancing down the pitch. You are an absolute pro in that regard, “he had written. “A great deal of affection and best wishes.”
As a result of Pujara’s outstanding play in the County Championship, India decided to recall him to the national team. Pujara has also maintained his form in the one-day cup, surprising spectators with an aggressive style of cricket that he has displayed.
In the current season of the Royal London Cup, he has contributed 614 runs in eight innings for Sussex at an average of 102.33. These scores include three century and two half-centuries.
The score of 174 that he shot versus Surrey is his personal best. Additionally, it is the highest score ever recorded in List A cricket by a player representing Sussex.
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