“I will return after putting in some quality runs,” Pujara made a big statement about his comeback at Team India

Cheteshwar Pujara, left out of the team due to his poor performance in the final game of the World Test Championship (WTC), has kept his comeback hopes alive. Pujara, 35, is currently playing for the Sussex team in the Royal London One Day Cup tournament, which is being played in England. Pujara’s slugger also enjoyed a brilliant unbeaten 117-run century inning in the game against Somerset.

Cheteshwar Pujara told Sussex Cricket after this century that he has not given up hope of his return to Team India. He is confident he could be back with the team if he performs well in top-flight cricket again next season at home.

Pujara said that I only work on the things that are in my hands. I try to score a big goal in every game I play. I’m still involved in team planning. So I’m sure I’ll be back on the team every time I start making runs in top-flight cricket, but for now I want to live in the present so I can focus on one game at a time.

Cheteshwar Pujara, playing for the Sussex team, scored 11 fours during his unbeaten innings of 117 runs and played an important role in the team winning the game by 4 wickets. Pujara further said in his statement that we will not be playing Test series for the next 2 to 3 months. We have to play the next test series against South Africa in December. In a situation like that, my whole focus is just playing with the Sussex team.

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