Cheteshwar Pujara was Team India’s hero on day one of the first Test against Australia as he scored a brilliant century to help India post a respectable total on the board in the first innings.
Pujara, who was run-out of the last ball of the day one scored 123 runs and faced 246-balls.
After stumps on Day one, Punjara, in a video released by BCCI on Twitter, said he will celebrate and recover from his brilliant knock with a chocolate milkshake.
“It has to be a milkshake, chocolate milkshake,” said Pujara when asked about how he will recover from the fatigue.
“I will have to see the physio, take a massage. It’s important to recover in time. Although, we’ve been playing a lot of cricket in India, but the heat in Australia has been different,” Pujara said.
Why @cheteshwar1 wants a 'milkshake' post his Adelaide ton.
Man of the moment does a quick walkie talkie in under a minute post his energy sapping ton at Adelaide – by @28anand
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Pujara also revealed that he isn’t a very big fan of the ice bath recovery methods and prefers chocolate milkshake over it any day.
Team India scored 250 in the first innings and it was down to his classy ton that India managed to put a respectable total on the board and rest of the Indian batsmen struggled against the Australia bowlers.