Cheteshwar Pujara's batting in Australia tour is really in the discussions and he has made 521 runs in 1258 balls in the fourth test matches with 74.42 average. He hit the century on the first day at Sydney test and also made third century in the series. Next day he was just 7 runs away from double century got out. But how he played in these tough conditions is really something that should count as an example.
According to some media reports, When Cheteshwar Pujara was being led to made century in the first day at that time, on the other hand, his 68 years old father was hospitalized at Mumbai's Holy family hospital. Actually, Cheteshwar's father Arvind Pujara is a heart patient and in that condition, Cheteshwar's wife took her father-in-law to the hospital.
And that's a wrap on Melbourne! What a rollercoaster of a game it has been. Games like these bring out the true beauty of test cricket. Thank you all for your wishes. Ending 2018 with this lovely memory. On to the final one now! #AUSvIND pic.twitter.com/durwAO5HmC— cheteshwar pujara (@cheteshwar1) December 30, 2018
Let us tell you that Pujara's father Arvind Pujara was his coach and he gave him the training to Cheteswar from the age of 7. Arvind never misses a chance to watch his son's batting but this time he was in the hospital when his son was playing one of the brilliant innings of his career. However, even after that, he could not be able to stop himself to know the score.
This man has spent more time with me than his family in the last month. Thanks @patrickfarhart for all your help in keeping me up and running. Cheers to all the long evening sessions 🤗 pic.twitter.com/bWTvsZiVdO— cheteshwar pujara (@cheteshwar1) January 4, 2019
At that time talking about his son's century, Arvind Pujara said 'Now if anybody has any doubt for Pujara's batting then surely it has been gone away. Now I will watch his recorded batting after returning from the hospital.'