Pujara on Saturday said he got out at the wrong time after doing all the hard work on the second day of the first cricket Test against Australia.
India finished the day at 182 for three in reply to Australia's first-innings total 380 all out, and Pujara, who was dismissed for 44, felt the hosts were in a comfortable position.
"I was set and things were going smoothly for us. But unfortunately, I got out at the wrong time. Still we are in a good position. I am happy about it and I have also contributed at the right time," Pujara said.
About his dismissal, Pujara said he was "surprised", PTI reported.