The Sachin Tendulkar fans might have had a night of discontent but Cheteshwar Pujara woke up to normalcy in Hubli. It was just another day to bat. And bat. He became the ninth batsman, and the second Indian, to pile up three or more first-class triplehundreds in history. Pujara clearly loves batting. It`s not just the desire for runs that is reflected during his big knocks; it`s as if he is out there that long because he just loves batting. It`s a trait that makes purists claim him as one of their own. The hunger for runs is reflected in his intent: he is someone who bats to score runs. Yesterday was a day where both of those traits could be observed and appreciated.