A video of Indian batsman Cheyeshwar Pujara speaking to the media following his double century knock in the first Test match against England at Ahmadabad on Friday.

 

Cheteshwar Pujara joined a rather elite bunch of 20 Indians to score a double century in Tests after his 206 not out against England in the first Test at Ahmedabad.

 

Doing so, Pujara scored his second hundred-plus total in only his ninth Test innings as he punished England’s hapless attack all around the Sardar Patel Stadium. His knock included 21 hits to the fence at a strike-rate of over 50.

 

Pujara is also the first in nearly two years to score a double ton for India after Sachin Tendulkar's 214 against Australia at Bangalore in October 2010.