India's most dependable Test batsman Cheteshwar Pujara has shared some beautfiul pictures with his daughter after enjoying a morning in the pool. Pujara, who's currently in his hometown in Rajkot, uploaded a collage of him spending some quality time with his daugher Aditi in a pool. Read more - Twitter Reactions: India suffer a humiliating 8-wicket loss in the series opener | IND vs ENG 1st T20I
Sharing the story on Instagram, Pujara wrote: "Pool fun with the Lil' one!" The collage consisted of three photos and the cute baby girl Aditi was seen cherished after playing with her father in the pool.
Pujara is currently on a leave as Team India is playing a T20I series against England after the hard-fought Test series. The right-handed batsman played a decent role as many Indian batsmen lost form in the Test series. Apart from Rohit Sharma and Rishabh Pant, no other batsmen in the top order looked in fine touch.
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Cheteshwar, though, played a valiant knock of 73 in the first Test but his form receded thereafter. In the last three Tests, Pujara had scores of 21, 7, 0, and 17, thus making a forgettable series for him. India's next assignment in Test cricket is the inaugural World Test Championship (WTC) Final, which will be played in Southampton.
Southampton is the frontrunner for #WTCFinal as the Hilton Hotel is situated next to the ground. Indian players will have to undergo 14-days quarantine and they'll be able to train at the practice pitches as well #INDvENG pic.twitter.com/mHZSRnXvUs
— Cricketbolo (@cricketbolo) March 8, 2021
Earlier, the International Cricket Council (ICC) had announced that due to COVID-19 restrictions, the WTC Final won't be played at Lord's. However, the ICC shifted the final to Rose Bowl, Southampton as the Hilton Hotel is situated right next to the ground. Which means, players can train during their mandatory 14-day quarantine.
India will clash with New Zealand in the final, which will be played between June 18 and June 22. The ICC also announced that there will be a reserve day, making it a 6-day final in case they lose overs due to rain.