Pujara finishes 2nd on this list

Here are top 5 run-scorers in England’s domestic 50-over Royal London Cup. 

5 | Alistair Orr

Sussex's Alistair Orr scored 526 runs from 9 games at an average of 58.44 including one century and three half-century. The youngster's highest score was 206.

4 | Wiaan Mulder

Leicestershire's Wiaan Mulder has 533 runs from 9 games at an average of 88.83 including 1 century and 5 half-centuries.

3 | Ollie Robinson

Kent's wicketkeeper-batter Ollie Robinson scored 534 runs from 10 games at an average of 59.33 including 1 century and 3 half-centuries. He hit 22 sixes, most on the list.

2 | Cheteshwar Pujara

Sussex stand-in skipper 624 runs from 9 games at an average of 89.14 including 3 centuries and 2 half-centuries. His high score was 174, which was highest at the time.

1 | Stephen Eskinazi

Stephen Eskinazi scored 658 runs from 8 games at an average of 94 including 4 centuries and 1 half-century.

Pujara's astonishing strike rate

Pujara's strike rate is often under the scanner. In the One-Day Cup, he scored runs at an impressive strike rate of 111.52. 

Huge sixes

Pujara is known for hitting boundaries along the ground. However, he hit as many as 11 sixes in the tournament including 5 in a single innings.

Breaking Sangakkara's record

The previous highest score by an Asian batter in England's domestic 50-over tournament was 166. Pujara broke the record with his 174 against Surrey.

Missed breaking Kapil Dev’s record

Kapil Dev holds the record for highest One-Day score by an Indian on English soil. Kapil smashed record-breaking 175 not out against Zimbabwe in 1983 World Cup. 

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