Is Cheteshwar Pujara a ‘too slow’ batsman? Brad Hogg replied

Is Cheteshwar Pujara a ‘too slow’ batsman?  Brad Hogg replied

When Brad Hogg was asked this question in a question and answer session on Twitter, he praised Pujara in this way.

Team India’s Mr Dependable batsman Cheteshwar Pujara is considered to be the backbone of the Test team. In every Test match, the Indian innings depends only around this wall. His solid defense and patient innings helps India reach a decent score. But often along with cricket fans, many experts have also sometimes been seen criticizing his slow batting. Now a fan also asked former Australia chinaman bowler Brad Hogg on Pujara, then he has answered it with impunity. Also Read – I Convinced I Don’t Need To Play With My Ego Now, Virat Reveals His Dilemma Before England Tour

Brad Hogg was participating in a question-and-answer session with fans on Twitter. He named this session #AskHoggy. Here a fan asked him a question on Pujara’s batting. Fan wrote, ‘Is (Cheteshwar) Pujara too slow in Tests?’ Also Read – Virat vs Babar: According to Shoaib Akhtar, Virat is behind Babar in terms of playing cover drives

Responding to this serious question, Brad Hogg said, ‘The batsmen around him are not slower than him. You need a batsman who can bat with time. I really enjoy his batting, I admire his patience and determination.

After this a fan asked him the question that who he considers favorite in the upcoming Test Championship between India and New Zealand. Responding to this, Hogg wrote, ‘Difficult but I agree that the New Zealand team is playing two Test matches there before the final, so they will definitely get the advantage.’

Let us tell you that Brad Hogg is counted among the famous spin bowlers. He was active in cricket when Australia had a legendary bowler like Shane Warne. That’s why he didn’t get many chances in Test cricket. Although he has played a lot for Australia in ODI cricket. Hogg has played 7 Tests, 124 ODIs and 15 T20 Internationals in his international career, in which he has recorded 17, 157 and 7 wickets respectively.


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