Cheteshwar Pujara revealed, Mayank Agarwal learned to play big innings from here
India's experienced Test batsman Cheteshwar Pujara believes that Mayank Agarwal, who completed 1000 runs in a single season in domestic cricket in 2017, has learned the skill of playing big innings from home cricket. In Test cricket, the new Agarwal scored a century against South Africa on the first day of the second Test after scoring a double century in the first Test.
Pujara said, "Agarwal is an experienced player who has scored a lot in the first class. This helped them a lot. On reaching ninety, there is talk of being nervous, so he is fearless in this matter.
They know how to change the cunning in a big innings. When he is very big in the playback, he also specializes in playing a big shift. "Since the transparency in Pakarat, herself to play big light, he said to the Agarwal during the partnership, he said," The first class is used to create a big score from cricket. I did not tell them much. We were talking about their strategy. When he was rather in the batting, I just told that the body was just batting himself, he was not able to give more guidance for himself. "