Meanwhile, spin all-rounder Krunal Pandya, who turned up for Warwickshire, played an important role in his side’s win as he made amends for his two-ball duck with a three-wicket haul
Cheteshwar Pujara en route his 107 on Friday. Pic/Getty Images
However, Pujara’s innings went in vain as Sussex fell short by four runs while chasing Warwickshire’s 310 for six on Friday.
Pujara looked in ominous touch as he slammed three fours and a six in the 45th over off medium pacer Liam Norwell to keep Sussex in the chase.
Overall, Pujara smashed seven fours and two sixes during his innings. He was dismissed on the first ball of the 49th over by Oliver Hannon-Dalby as Sussex finished at 306 for seven.
Three wkts for Krunal Pandya
Meanwhile, spin all-rounder Krunal Pandya, who turned up for Warwickshire, played an important role in his side’s win as he made amends for his two-ball duck with a three-wicket haul.
Pandya took the wickets of Ali Orr (81), Tom Clark (30) and Delray Rawlins (11) to return with figures of 10-0-51-3.
Earlier, Robert Yates hit a 111-ball 114, while Will Rhodes (76) and Michael Burgess (58) cracked fifties to take Warwickshire to a 300-plus total.
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