1st 100

Cricket fraternity applaud 1st 100 of India Tour by Cheteshwar Pujara

Cheteshwar Pujara scored 123 runs, which included 2 6s and that’s one of his 7 4s (Reuters)

Day 1 of India tour saw 1st century coming from Chiteshwar Pujara. 123 in 246 balls. A saving grace for India.

Despite a poor start in the opening encounter of the four-match Test series, India managed to reach a respectable 250 for nine on day one of the first Test in Adelaide on Thursday. As the wickets kept tumbling on the other end, Cheteshwar Pujara stood tall as he scored his maiden Test ton in Australia, 16th overall, helping India end the day in a positive note. The right-handed middle-order batsman scored 123 runs, which included seven fours and two maximums.

Here are few tweets:

Pujara’s innings ended with Aussie seamer Pat Cummins showed his reflexes on the field and struck a direct hit on the wickets. It was the 8th time the Gujarat cricket was dismissed by a run out in Test cricket.

Earlier, India found themselves in a spot of bother, losing half their side for just 86 runs on the board. But Pujara dug in deep and settled his feet in the middle to register his first ever ton in Australia, to save the day for the men in blue.

The Aussie bowling line-up proved their quality with Mitchell Starc, Hazlewood, Cummins, and Nathan Lyon all taking two wickets each in the day.

Mohammed Shami and Jasprit Bumrah will resume the Indian innings on Day 2.

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