Pujara smashed 269 in 461 balls studded with 33 boundaries while skipper Jaydev Shah missed a double ton by five runs.
Pujara and Shah were involved in a huge 353-run stand for the fourth wicket. Thanks to their efforts, Saurashtra overtook Tamil Nadu’s massive first-innings score of 565, eventually declaring at 581 for six.
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