Sydney test: India at 303/ 4, Cheteswar Pujara slams his 18th century

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Sydney: Cheteswar Pujara once again notched up his test ton with his 18th century in the final test series at the Sydney cricket ground on Thursday.

Pujara made his century with a 116-run partnership with Mayank Agarwal 77 and 51 runs with skipper Virat Kohli. Pujara was unbeaten on 130 while Agarwal scored a classy 77. At stumps, India were 303 for 4.

The 30-year-old reached the century in 199 balls with 13 fours. With 428 runs under his belt, Pujara is the highest run scorer of the ongoing four-match series.

The Indian team opened the batting with opener Mayank Agarwal who gave India a flying start on the opening day of the fourth series. Later, the visitors suffered a blow in the second over after KL Rahul, who replaced Rohit Sharma, lost his wicket for nine runs to Josh Hazlewood.

After Rahul’s dismissal, Pujara and Mayank established a 116-run partnership stand to build a strong foundation for India.

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