On Friday, February 17, Cheteshwar Pujara will participate in his 100th Test match for India. At Delhi’s Arun Jaitley Stadium, the Border-Gavaskar Trophy’s second test match will take place. Since December 2017, Delhi has not hosted a test match until now. The Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium in Nagpur hosted the first Test, which the home team won by an inning and 132 runs.
Ravi Shastri, a former India head coach, praised Pujara profusely for playing in 100 Test matches. He referred to Pujara as a “fighter” and promised to always treat him as a “soldier.” The top-order hitter, who made his Test debut in 2010, will be experiencing a momentous event in the second Test against Australia. Having completed the Second,The 35-year-old batsman finished his 100th Test for India, becoming the 13th player to do so.
He is a warrior, as I proclaimed back then and as I still do today. He is my soldier, as I stated following the Gabba Test. He is a fighter. Pujara played a significant part if India was successful in making history by winning two series in Australia. Huge, according to Shastri on Cricbuzz.
The 60-year-old supported Pujara’s methodical approach, saying that his greatest asset is his persistence. Player from Saurashtra was ranked third.With Rahul Dravid’s decision to end his career, the batting position. The former coach claimed that Pujara has the ability to hold the top-order for India for such a long time in light of his commitment to Team India. He added that Pujara had acquired ownership of the property after Dravid left it.