Hyderabad: Cheteshwar Pujara relished batting at number three as he struck his maiden Test hundred on Thursday but said it will not be appropriate to suggest that he can replace a legend such as Rahul Dravid.
Dravid batted superbly at the crucial position of number three for India before retiring early this year. "I don't think I can replace Rahul Dravid because he is such a legend. He has more than 10,000 runs in both the formats. It's impossible to replace him," Pujara who slammed an unbeaten 119 against New Zealand, said in the post-match press conference here.
A modest Pujara, playing his fourth Test, said he had immense experience to play at this position so scoring runs was not difficult.