Ranchi, Jharkhand 19 March 2017 :: Indian batsman W Saha greets by his teammate Cheteshwar Pujara after completing his double century (200runs) against Australia during 4th day of 3rd test match against India at Jharkhand State Cricket Association (JSCA) stadium in Ranchi on Sunday. Pujara brings up his third Test double century off 521 balls. But soon after, in order to accelerate, gets out for 202. A wicket for Australia after 95 overs.
Pujara has broken an all-time Indian record of the highest balls played in a single Test innings overtaking Rahul Dravid’s record of playing 495 balls on his way to 270 runs against Pakistan in 2004. Pujara, in his ongoing innings, played a total of 525 balls scoring 202 runs.
Lensman :: Ratan Lal