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Why did Cheteshwar Pujara bat for both teams in the ongoing warm-up match between India and Leicestershire

In England, a training match is held between India and Leicestershire (a warm-up match between Leicestershire and India). Today is the third day of the match. India scored 246 goals for 8 points in the first rounds, in response Leicestershire was sent off for 244 points in the first rounds. Meanwhile, India scored 264 points against 7 in the second runs until tea time. The special feature of the third day of the match was that Indian hitter Chitchwar Poojara fought for both teams.

Poojara also came out on the racket during India’s second game on Saturday against Leicestershire. Pujara, who came for the racket in eighth, scored 22 runs. He was fired by Shardul Thakur. Earlier, he came out bat in seventh against Leicestershire in the first innings, where he was fired without opening an account. His victim is Muhammad al-Shami.

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To ensure all the Indian team players had a chance to play in the training match, four Indian players – Poojara, Rishabh Pant, Jaspreet Pomrah and Pranbhav Krishna – were placed in Leicestershire in front of XI while three Indian bowlers Navdeep Saini, R. Sai Kishore and Kamlesh Nagarkote also featured in Leicestershire and ran for them in the second half. It happens in most of street cricket that batsman sometimes bats for both teams but seeing Pujara hitting for both teams, cricket fans got confused as well.

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Speaking of Pujara, this match is not a first-class official. After being sent off early in the first innings, team management felt Pojara needed to spend more time curling up, possibly because he was asked to hit for the other team in the second rounds. The warm-up match is the last chance for both teams to prepare for the one-time test starting July 1st.

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