India vs Australia: Triumphant Cheteshwar Pujara rubs salt into Aussie wounds
Pujara says Australians hardly have an idea about batting on turning tracks and the visitors proved him right as they continued to struggle against the Indian spinners. After conceding a huge 266-run first innings lead, Australia today lost two wickets in their second innings to off-spinner R Ashwin.
"I think they need to apply themselves. They don't know how to go about on the turning tracks. Actually, we knew what their strengths were and we were trying to find out what were their weaknesses. So far we have been successful and our spinners need to continue what they are doing," a smiling Pujara, who scored his second Test double hundred today, told reporters at the end of the day's play.
Uppal has been a happy hunting ground for the Saurashtra youngster as he has now scored two big hundreds here, having scored 159 against New Zealand last year.
"So far, it has been good playing at this ground. And I think it helped playing against New Zealand and getting a hundred in the past. I knew the wicket well, so it was helpful," he said.
Pujara said that there was some help for the spinners as well as the odd-ball was turning and jumping.
"Now there is a bit of help for spinners. There is more turn and odd-ball is jumping. So you have to apply yourself to bat
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