Cheteshwar Pujara stood like a rock against Australia on the final day of the Brisbane Test. The Test specialist of India took body blows after body blows as the Australia fast bowlers target him with awkward short deliveries. Pujara was in pain but never for once, he decided to give his wicket away as he registered a fine half-century and helped India achieve a famous series win at Brisbane.
After the conclusion of the series, even coach Ravi Shastri declared that Pujara will be forever known as the ultimate warrior. While Pujara was facing the hostile fast bowling trio of Australia his 2 years old daughter had the most lovable reaction to seeing her daddy getting hit on TV.
Cheteshwar Pujara’s 2-YO Daughter Reaction To Her Daddy’s blows
Pujara’s wife Pooja covered the eyes of her daughter when daddy was facing the fired up Aussie bowlers. Pujara on day 5 of the historic Brisbane Test got hit 11 times as the Indian physio was kept busy on the final day of the Test.
Meanwhile, away from her father Pujara’s adorable daughter Aditi said,“ When he comes home, I will kiss where he is hurt, he will be fine”.
The courage with which Pujara batted at Brisbane will be remembered for ages. Eventually, his lion-hearted effort helped India script a famous win at Gabba as team India breached the famous fortress of Australia. The hosts were handed a defeat at the venue for the first time since 1988 in Test cricket.
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Furthermore, after the conclusion of the Test, the Indian batsman revealed that he never likes to take pain-killers and his threshold to bear pain is pretty high. Also, he spoke about his daughter Aditi and pointed out that she believes that a kiss can heal every wound.
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“That’s what I do to her when she falls, so she believes that a kiss can heal every wound”, Pujara said on her daughter’s home remedy to Indian Express.
“From my early days, I am not in the habit of taking pain- killers. That’s why my threshold to bear pain is pretty high. You play for so long, you get used to getting hit”, said Pujara.