Cheteshwar Pujara suspended County Championship: Cheteshwar Pujara, who is playing county cricket in England, has been banned from the County Championship. After being banned, Pujara broke his silence for the first time. Pujara was suspended by the ECB for breach of conduct. Was captaining Sussex in the County Championship. Pujara was banned for breach of conduct during the Sussex vs Leicestershire match.
While the Indian star Test batsman wrote to his ex (earlier on Twitter) after the suspension, “I am sad to leave like this but am looking forward to the county season with memorable moments and unforgettable memories. Proud of the courage and character shown by this team. “Wishing Sussex all the best for the remaining matches.”
It feels like going this way but looking back on the county season with fond moments and unforgettable memories. Proud of the grit and character shown by this group. Congrats @sussexccc Good luck for the remaining two matches. pic.twitter.com/xdIdIoEyvz
— Cheteshwar Pujara (@cheteshwar1) 19 September 2023
Pujara is walking out of the test team
Pujara played his last Test for India in the World Test Championship. After this, the Indian team played two Tests on the West Indies tour, in which Pujara was not made a part of the team. Pujara is among the batsmen who have played more than 100 Tests for India, but on the West Indies tour, youngsters like Yashasvi Jaiswal were given a chance in his place. Taking advantage of the opportunity, Jaiswal performed brilliantly.
Pujara’s career has been like this till now
Pujara has played 103 Tests and 5 ODIs for India so far. Although he mainly plays Test for the team. In 176 innings of Test, he has scored 7195 runs at an average of 43.60, in which he has scored 19 centuries and 35 half-centuries. He has scored 51 runs in 5 innings of ODI. Pujara, who made his ODI debut in 2013, played his last ODI for India in 2014. He made his international debut in 2010 through Test.
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