We have enough runs on the board, says Cheteshwar Pujara

Cheteshwar Pujara scored 153 in the second innings to help India reach 421 all out and set up the stiff target for the world's number one Test side. He was run-out in the first innings for 25.

updated: December 22, 2013 03:08 IST
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Johannesburg: Indian batsman Cheteshwar Pujara on Saturday said that his side have enough runs on the board to press for a win on the final day on Sunday in the first cricket Test against South Africa here. (Day 4 report)

Chasing a huge 458 for a victory, the Proteas finished the fourth and penultimate day on Saturday at 138 for two, still needing 320 runs for a win with eight wickets in hand though injured Morne Morkel may not bat. (Highlights)

"We are happy with the two wickets we have got and the way they have come. The conditions will be a little more difficult tomorrow. We have got enough runs on board. But it's important for us to get a few wickets in the first session so that we can capitalise later on," Pujara said at the press conference after the day's play. (Pics)

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