Middle-order anchor Cheteshwar Pujara entwined with centurion Rohit Sharma to put India in cruise control on day three of the Oval Test. While he was rock-solid in defence as always, the looseners were duly dispatched to the fence. His enterprising approach was best exemplified by a fierce square-cut he played against Craig Overton. Batting mainstays Rohit and Pujara have brought up a 150-run stand as they lead India's prance into the ascendancy, helping the tourists gain a sizeable lead of 137.
💥FIFTY FOR PUJARA!💥— Sky Sports Cricket (@SkyCricket) September 4, 2021
A boundary off Overton gets him there off 104 balls👏
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