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‘Requires a lot of patience’ – Jaydev Unadkat compares cutting cluster beans with Cheteshwar Pujara’s Ranji final innings

Unadkat and Chesterwar Pujara share a very close friendship. Over the years, the two stalwarts have done exceptionally well for their domestic side of Saurashtra.

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Cheteswar Pujara. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Due to the coronavirus, all forms of cricket has been cancelled. All cricketers are currently waiting for the call on when and where will the next tournament start. In this time, players are spending all their time at home. Some have taken to social media to show how they are using their time to learn new stuff.

Jaydev Unadkat, the captain of the Ranji Champions Saurashtra also uploaded a tweet to let his fans know how he is spending the quarantine time. Unadkat uploaded a picture of him cutting down some vegetables. He wrote an emotional message for his mother, thanking her for doing it infinite times.

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“By, Yours truly. To, The Mother.. (who does it infinite times without any such show-off & appreciation)”, Unadkat’s caption read.

 

Cheteshwar Pujara responds to Jaydev Unadkat’s chopping skills

After this Unadkat posted a funny tweet referring his friend, teammate and Indian batsman Chesteshwar Pujara. He said that he got the patience of chopping the vegetables after watching Pujara’s Ranji final innings. Unadkat tweeted, “Also, I must add cutting the cluster beans did require a lot of patience.. @cheteshwar1 Your Ranji final innings gave me a fresh shot of patience when I was about to give up!”

Chetestwar Pujara had a cheeky response to the tweet. He tweeted, “Ohhh I thought you were prepping for life after marriage.”

 

Recently, Unadkat got married and Pujara had a lovely tweet ready for his friend. “Welcome to the family Rinny. I am so glad that my brother @JUnadkat has found the love of his life. P:S – You have to deal with a lot of bromances”, the India batsman tweet.

Jaydev Unadkat and Chesterwar Pujara share a very close friendship. Over the years, the two stalwarts have done exceptionally well for their domestic side of Saurashtra. In the Ranji Trophy final last month, Pujara scored 66 runs from 237 balls at a strike rate of 27.85.

Though it was one of the slowest innings in that match, Pujara has always been known for his patience on the crease. Captain Unadkat though didn’t have anything to complain about as the innings helped their side to get to a great total in their first innings, which eventually helped them to get win the title. Unadkat had a record Ranji season as he picked up 67 wickets, most ever by any pacer.

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