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WATCH: Mayank Agarwal’s funny reply when Pujara asked him the secret of scoring centuries.

WATCH: Mayank Agarwal's funny reply when Pujara asked him the secret of scoring centuries.

The second Test match of the three-match Test series between India and South Africa is currently ongoing at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Cricket Stadium in Pune. The Indian team won the toss in this test match and decided to bat first. While batting first, opening batsman Mayank Agarwal has scored a brilliant century for the Indian team on the first day of the match.

WATCH: Mayank Agarwal's funny reply when Pujara asked him the secret of scoring centuries.

Mayank Agarwal hit a magnificent century of 108 runs.


Mayank Agarwal has scored a brilliant century. He has scored 108 runs off 195 balls for the Indian team. Mayank has hit 16 fours and two sixes during his innings. He has scored the second century in his Test cricket career. He has also scored three half-centuries in his Test cricket career.


Earlier, Mayank scored a double century in the first Test


In the first Test of this series, Mayank Agarwal hit a magnificent double century. He scored 215 runs in the first innings of the Visakhapatnam Test match, facing 371 balls. He hit 23 fours and six sixes during his innings.
Mayank Agarwal made his debut during the tour of Australia, and there he impressed everyone by scoring runs. In Australia, he scored two magnificent half-centuries. In the West Indies, he also scored a half-century.


Mayank Agarwal told the secret of his centuries

WATCH: Mayank Agarwal's funny reply when Pujara asked him the secret of scoring centuries.


BCCI has posted a video on its official Twitter account after the first day of the second Test match. In which Cheteshwar Pujara is seen asking many funny questions to Mayank Agarwal.
Cheteshwar Pujara asked Mayank Agarwal, “What are you eating that you are scoring centuries in successive innings,” Mayank Agarwal said, “I am eating simple food.” South Indian Idli, with some coconut chutney and sambar.”

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