Flat line on DRS as Pujara survives a caught-behind appeal

Pujara

Aryan Surana

Having acclimatized well to the English conditions during his prolific County stint, Cheteshwar Pujara is looking solid in the middle in the rearranged fifth Test at Edgbaston. He has left nicely on length and shown exemplary judgement outside the off-stump. Playing the ball late and with soft hands has been instrumental in his survival at the crease. Whenever presented with an opportunity to score, Pujara has accepted it gleefully. A good-length ball from Stuart Broad did cut him into half as England went up in appeal, with the umpire adjudging the Indian No.3 out on field. However, the DRS replays revealed the ball has brushed the thigh pad on its way to Sam Billings.