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Pujara's defiant century guides India to 360/6
[ March 19, 2017 ]
Ranchi: This was Vijay and Pujara's sixth century-plus partnerships in 10 Tests this home season as they built a solid platform and it looked as if India would keep their wickets intact in the first session.
Cheteshwar Pujara carried his bat through the day and carved out a defiant century to keep India afloat at 360 for six against Australia in a Test that was tantalisingly-poised after his exemplary display of grit and discipline here.
At stumps on the third day of the ongoing third Test, India trailed Australia by 91 runs with four wickets remaining at the Jharkhand State Cricket Association (JSCA) stadium.
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