(G.N.S) Dt. 06 Adelaide India’s first innings lead Cheteshwar Pujara admitted on Thursday that the top order should have batted better on the first day of the first Test against Australia. Pujara’s 16th Test century and the first century in Australia, India scored 250 runs on nine wickets till the stumps, while the team was struggling at 127 for six at one stage.
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