Cheteshwar Pujara, Rishabh Pant sign Honors Board at the SCG
Pujara hit 193 and Pant scored 159* to help India get to 622/7 in the first innings.
The two cricketers got to sign the prestigious Honors Board of the Sydney Cricket Ground.
Here are the details.
Who gets to sign Honors Board at the SCG?
The SCG honors a cricketer who scores a century or manages to take five wickets in a single innings or ten across both innings in a Test at this venue.
The players, who achieve these feats, get to sign their names on the Honors Board.
Pujara and Pant marked their names on the board in the away dressing room.
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The two players join a famed list of Indians
The two players joined a famed list of Indians to have scored a century at the SCG.
Sachin Tendulkar (241* and 154), Ravi Shastri (206), VVS Laxman (178 and 167) and Sunil Gavaskar (172) are the Indian cricketers, who had earlier hit centuries.
Pujara slammed his third ton of the series and is the highest run-scorer (521).
Pant hit his second Test career ton.
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