IND Vs ENG 2nd Test: Injured Pujara Not On Field, Mayank Comes – Chennai Test: Mayank enters field to replace injured Pujara

New Delhi. After India’s innings ended on 329 runs, Cheteshwar Pujara (Cheteshwar Pujara) was not in the Indian team that came for the filming on Sunday. Pujara suffered a finger injury during the Indian innings in the ongoing second Test match against England at the MA Chidambaram Stadium. In place of Pujara, Mayank Agarwal has fielded for the shooting.

Pujara had scored 21 from 58 balls before being dismissed by a ball from Jack Leach on Saturday. The entire team of India were all out for 329 runs in the first session on Sunday, adding just 29 runs in 300 for 6 on Saturday. Earlier on Saturday, on the first day of the game, Rohit Sharma was dismissed after playing a brilliant innings of 161 runs and Ajinkya Rahane made a valuable contribution of 67 runs. Wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant remained unbeaten on 58 runs.

Pujara had suffered almost 11 balls on his body in the final innings of the recent tour of Australia when India were chasing a score of 329 runs in the fourth and final Test in Brisbane to retain the Border-Gavaskar Trophy. In that match, 33-year-old Pujara played a brilliant innings of 56 runs off 211 balls and played an important role in bringing India a memorable victory by three wickets.

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