Yesterday cricbuzz prediction: Cheteshwar Pujara names Australian star as international cricket’s toughest bowler

Cheteshwar Pujara have had epic clashes with Australian bowlers in Test cricket for years.

Cheteshwar Pujara has played against a string of bowlers arguably the best bowlers of his generation in his long and successful career in cricket. However, some of his most memorable fights came in both home and away friendly matches against Australia.

Pujarra saved some of the best innings of his career for the Australians. Most notably, he scored his 202 runs from a stunning home defeat to Australia in the First Test of his 2016/17 series, including his 525-ball innings. It’s what ushered in an Indian comeback with a string of epic hits. So when asked who the world’s toughest bowler is right now, it’s no surprise it was Australian. Told.

The Australian Test captain has been the world’s number one Test bowler for nearly his four years and is expected to play a key role as he tours his match for the four Tests in India next month. Pujara also jokingly said that Josh Hazlewood was an Australian bowler and that he never wanted to see him again, given that he smashed them so many times with his patient shots. “I think it’s Josh Hazelwood. He told me at one of the team meetings that he didn’t want to see my face,” Pujara said.

Pujara said he wanted to learn to drive straight like Sachin Tendulkar and would have liked to face Australian great Glenn McGrath among former players, but he was skeptical of his favorite hitting who his partner was. Couldn’t really decide which one. “I think it will be a touch choice. We have built many partnerships with Murali Vijay, Virat Kohli and Ajinkya Rahane.

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