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Sep 11, 2014

Cheteswar Pujara‘s first county outing for Derbyshire ended on a sour note after he failed to open his account in the second innings against Glamorgan on Thursday. Pujara played a total of six balls from Micheal Hogan, right-arm-fast before playing one down to Hogan and getting caught. He came out to bat when Derbyshire looked in pure pain, struggling at 18 for 2 but departed shortly, dissapointing again.
Earlier, Pujara crawled to seven runs in the first innings after facing 26 balls in 27 minutes. It looked like a trademark Pujara innings when he started. A clean shot which got him a boundary made him feel comfartable but he ended up getting trapped before the stumps, ending the Indian excitement.
Attempt at getting the thick England air digested got wrong again.It should get him some more time with the Derbyshire unit before he starts to middle the red swining ball. England is not meant for Indian batsmen.