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Indian fans are on cloud nine after India”s win in Brisbane and there are few people who are being hailed as the heroes of this win. Cheteshwar Pujara has to be among them as he not only batted brilliantly but also put his body on the line for the cause. Pujara got to the slowest half century of his Test career and was in the zone when former cricketer Shane Warne suggested the hosts use short ball and bouncers to rattle the elegant right-hander.

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“I reckon rough Pujara up,” Warne said. “He’s in his zone, he’s in his rhythm here. Upset him, try and rip the helmet off. Give him some short stuff.” he was heard saying on-AIR. Soon after he was in the center of the barrage. He was hit on helmet, his head, fingers. This happened to him on at least ten occasions but the Aussies failed to break his will. Pujara’s resolve didn’t go unnoticed. Former India cricketer Sunil Gavaskar lauded the effort.

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