All of this happened when Neser led a great wicket and got Pujara to insert an inswinger during the game for Glamorgan against Sussex a couple of weeks ago.
Neser is part of Australia’s 15-player squad, replacing the injured Josh Hazelwood in the final WTC Test. He may be included in the lineup for the finals if the selector leaves him in reserve ahead of Scott Boland.
Neser is in good form: he scored 19 wickets in the England Championship for Glamorgan. He also scored a century in the game against Sussex.
Earlier on Sunday, Hazlewood was ruled out of the final part of the World Test Championship after failing to recover from a side sprain suffered during an IPL game, dealing a huge blow to his team ahead of the main match against India.
The WTC Finals will be held in the Oval from June 7-11.