Published: Sat, January 12, 2019
Sports | By Johanna Francis

India vs Australia: Never Seen a Batsman Concentrate Like Pujara - Langer

India vs Australia: Never Seen a Batsman Concentrate Like Pujara - Langer

"But all these things don't happen overnight. It's a process which has taken some time". Pujara bagged the Man of the Match at SCG and the Man of the Series award for his 521 runs in seven innings that comprised of three centuries. The latest to join the Pujara "fan club" is none other than Sachin Tendulkar.

Meanwhile, Kohli and his team adorned the front pages of the leading local newspapers as India celebrated the end of a 71-year wait for a first Test series victory in Australia.

"There have been number of statements on Pujara, which ideally weren't in his favour and kind of undermined his contribution".

"The guys are working very hard and they are going okay".

"I think Pujara has been really outstanding", Tendulkar said on the sidelines of a promotional event on Wednesday. Her congratulatory message for the Indian cricket captain also had a veiled message for haters, who attacked the couple in the past. Umesh played one Test match. For a land that produced quality spinners, but not enough quality pacers, this has been a welcome development.

Repeating energy bursts from space detected: Could it be aliens?
This suggests the bursts could be observed at even lower frequencies than the revolutionary instrument is capable of recognising. A new radio burst called FRB 180814.J0422+73 is now the second location in the sky to produce repeating radio bursts.

Routine domestic inspections suspended by FDA
Sarah Sorscher, CSPI Deputy Director of Regulatory Affairs said in a statement, "That puts our food supply at risk". The agency pays for medical manufacturing and food safety inspections out of its own budget.

Apple planning to launch three new iPhones in 2019
The company started off with the news of its revenue shortfall, likely caused by the disappointing sales of the iPhone XR. Apple's branding has been a mess as of late, so it's all very fuzzy.

However Tendulkar made it clear that "challenging tracks" by no means should be under-prepared where the bowler just comes and takes wickets. Accessibility to information. These factors have contributed a lot. They have got nothing to do with Indian cricket and I don't think we comment on Australian cricket or (for that matter) any other cricket (ing) (nation) in the world. Along with (Pujara), (we) can not ignore the bowlers' contribution. The guys are talented.

"What you also want is to see your fast bowlers come and bowl those hostile overs in patches and that has happened more frequently". And how consistently one can bowl 140-plus. So it would be a waste of opportunity if we don't play him in white ball cricket particularly with the World Cup coming up.

The 45-year-old also hailed the brand of cricket that India played. "You need these kinds of results to inspire them", he said. And that's where my journey started. That's when my journey started. It would help the standard of playing and we have had number of opinions on this but I have always felt that if you play on hard tracks, your standard of playing automatically goes up.

During the series, Australian commentator Kerry O'Keefe drew flak for ridiculing India's domestic cricketing structure, but Tendulkar is not bothered about those talks. Keep surfaces which are challenging for batters.

Like this: