Rohit looked a class apart among the Indian batsmen.
Pujara came to bat in the day's second over and played until the very end.
Fall of wickets at the other end didn't unnerve him.
The knock turned out to be match-winning for the Blitz.
"I always love batting with Mushfiqur bhai."
The batter glanced the ball down to the fine leg region to rack up his 38th ODI ton.
Virat broke the record of the legendary Sachin Tendulkar as he got to 10k runs in just 205 innings.
He continued his scintillating form in the domestic cricket as well scoring a superb double hundred.
The 18-year-old eventually went on to score 134 runs from 154 balls with the help of 19 boundaries.
New Zealand won the toss and elected to field first in the 3rd ODI in Kanpur.