Cheteshwar Pujara, the regular face of Indian cricket team in Test cricket since making his international debut in 2010, The batsman has scored 4809 runs at an average of 50 runs in 62 Tests so far in 8 years. The 30-year-old Pujara has the weird ability to stay in the wicket for hours.
Following is the direct contribution of Puja’s father to Arvind Pujaar. Senior Pujara himself could not play international cricket but fulfilled his dream with his son. Senior Pujara, who came to Cheteshwar Pujara when he was a young man, brought him towards the game. Junior Pujara has made a difference to the rest of the rest of the game.
Cheteshwar Pujara, speaking recently about his father’s contribution in his cricket career, said, “I should say that the father was very tough. Especially in the early days of cricket I would not have been allowed to go anywhere. I never had an opportunity to go kite or fireworks. Because the parents thought that if I got pain by doing this then I could not go to practice the next day.
However, Pujara admitted that the restrictions that strengthened his cricket career. In his commentary, “There were many restrictions in my starting days, But due to these compulsions I have been able to strengthen my concentration in the game. Now let’s see if he’s allowed me a lot. He knows when a cricketer needs to work and when to rest. ”
Junior Puja lost to his mother at the age of 17. From now on, he gets his father as a mother. Not only in cricket but also in his personal life, he said the contribution of his father.
“Not only as a cricket coach but he also helped me a lot as a father. At the age of 17, I lost my mother. It was not easy for a teen to be mentally strong. But he was intensive and we were working on the game. It is not possible to finish my contribution in my career and career.