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Simon Hughes, writing in the Daily Telegraph, says that if England thought that Cheteshwar Pujara was a potential weak link in India's intimidating top six batsmen, they will think differently now.
Pujara is certainly a cricketer built in his image - a throwback to an era of batsmanship featuring orthodoxy and resolution and eschewing all that modern ostentatiousness and newfangled shots. Dravid was his idol, his blueprint, and he has enjoyed the benefit of his experience, willingly passed on recently in a couple of lengthy conversations on the art of batsmanship.
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