Need more practice under lights to play D-N Tests regularly: Pujara
Ace batsman Cheteshwar Pujara feels that if India are to play more pink ball Tests, they need to practice more under lights.
After Day 2 of the first Day-Night Test in the country at the Eden Gardens here, India stand on the brink of a series sweep as they lead Bangladesh by 89 runs with the visitors having just four wickets in hand in the second inning.
India declared on 347/9 in reply to Bangladesh”s paltry 106. In the second inning, the tourists were 152/6 at stumps on the second day.