Pat Cummins is the most difficult bowler I’ve ever faced: Cheteshwar Pujara. Pujara also revealed what gets him upset. As well as a bowler and batter from his past with whom he would have enjoy playing.
Cheteshwar Pujara is regarded as one of the most aggressive batters in modern cricket. The Saurashtra batsman enjoys batting. When he is in his element, the opposition finds it tough to get him out. Pujara is a hitter noted for his calm demeanor and tolerance both on and off the field, and fury is not one of his characteristics.
However, the Saurashtra batter did divulge one of the things that irritates him. Pujara’s hunger for runs and huge hundreds is well known. It’s probable that the thing that irritates him the most is when he loses his wicket.
Pujara recently asked what gets him upset in an interview with ESPNcricinfo.
The batter said, “When I get out, I am the most enraged. I know how to contain my emotions, but when I get out, I am the most enraged.”
Pujara was also asked to choose his finest ODI innings, and he chose his 92-run effort against Australia in the Bengaluru Test in 2017. Pujara also claimed that Glenn McGrath is a former bowler he would want to face, while Brian Lara is a former batsman he would like to have batted alongside.
When asked who was the toughest bowler he has ever faced, the right-hander named Australia’s Pat Cummins. Notably, Pujara and Cummins will face off again in the forthcoming four-match Test series between India and Australia, which begins in February in Nagpur.
The series is more important for India since a win guarantees them a position in the World Test Championship Final. The World Test Championship dates have still to be finalized, although it is scheduled to be contested at the Oval in the first week of June.
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