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Pujara got out on golden duck… Coach Rahul Dravid expressed sympathy like this, fans are saluting


  • India scored 272 for 3 on the first day of the Centurion Test
  • Cheteshwar Pujara became the victim of Golden Duck for the second time in his career
  • Pujara got out for zero both times in Centurion

New Delhi
The Indian cricket team scored 272 for 3 in the first innings on the first day of the Centurion Test against South Africa. Opener KL Rahul is standing at the crease after scoring 122 runs, while Ajinkya Rahane is supporting him by scoring 40 runs.

Cheteshwar Pujara, who is called the ‘new wall’ of the Indian team, could not do anything special. Pujara was sent to the pavilion by pacer Lungi Ngidi on the very first ball. Engidi’s delivery reached short leg with the inner edge of Pujara’s bat where the already prepared Keegan Pietersen did not make any mistake in taking the catch.

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Getting out on the very first ball is very frustrating for any batsman. After being dismissed for a golden duck, Pujara returned to the pavilion with a heavy heart. Going into the dressing room, Pujara changed his clothes. After this, the new head coach of Team India, Rahul Dravid got up from his seat and patted Pujara on the back. After this Pujara also reacted with a laugh. This video of Dravid and Pujara is going viral on social media, which fans are very fond of.

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Play on the second day of the match could not start on time due to rain. Opener Mayank Agarwal was dismissed for 60 in the first innings, while captain Virat Kohli scored 35 runs in 94 balls. KL Rahul remained unbeaten on 122 off 248 balls with the help of 16 fours and a six, while Rahane hit 8 fours in 81 balls. Rahul and Mayank got off to a good start. Both shared 117 runs for the first wicket.


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