Pujara arrives with poise and purpose as runs pour off bat

Pujara arrives with poise and purpose as runs pour off bat

London : United Kingdom | Nov 15, 2012 at 7:19 PM PST
Source: Daily News & Analysis
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If the England bowlers thought India's new No3 represented a potential weak link in an intimidating top six, they will think differently now. Pujara defied them for more than four hours on day one with poise and purpose, never once offering a chance and rarely playing a false stroke. FULL ARTICLE AT Daily News & Analysis
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Virender Sehwag (L) grabbed four wickets for six runs with his off-spin
Virender Sehwag (L) grabbed four wickets for six runs with his off-spin
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