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“Pujara always scores like Bradman in county cricket” – Twitter erupts after Cheteshwar Pujara scores his third consecutive ton for Sussex

As a batsman, there are different ways to approach the game, depending on the type of format he is playing. If it’s a T20I format, he switches gears straightaway to escalate the scoreboard.

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On the other hand, if it’s an ODI format, the batsman tries to play a run-a-ball inning before slowly switching gears in the final overs in order to take the game to the next level.

On the contrary, when it comes to Test cricket or domestic cricket, it’s always a challenge for the batters to go about their business because it is one format that demands a truckload of concentration, focus and commitment.

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Cheteshwar Pujara scores his third consecutive ton for Sussex

Playing against the red-ball is quite a task and we all know that a red ball does a whole lot more than a white ball. Case in point, Cheteshwar Pujara showcased his mettle by scoring his third-consecutive ton for Sussex against Worcestershire in the County Championship Division 1.

The right-handed batsman constructed his innings ever so well. He led the batting attack by example for the Sussex cricket team at New Road, Worcester. At the time of writing this article, he scored 136 runs off 188 balls with the help of 19 boundaries and a six to his name.

It is nice to know that Cheteshwar Pujara is getting acclimatized to the conditions in the build-up to the ICC World Test Championship Final against Australia, which is scheduled to be held at The Kennington Oval in London.

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Both teams have superstars at their disposal and it will be quite interesting to see which team will win the battle. India last won the ICC trophy back in 2013 when they won the Champions Trophy under the leadership of MS Dhoni.

Here’s how Twitter reacted after Pujara scored his third-consecutive ton for Sussex

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