Indian stars are hogging limelight in the ongoing Royal London One Day Cup in England. While Cheteshwar Pujara has struck a ton, Umesh Yadav and Krunal Pandya have won everyone's heart with their bowling.

India stars dazzle in England

Cheteshwar Pujara's bat roared in the Royal London One Day Cup as he clobbered 73-ball century and ended up scoring 107 off 79. In his star-studded knock, he hit 7 fours and two sixes.

Pujara punches ton

During his innings, Pujara also scored 22 runs in the 45th over, hitting three fours and a six. The fans went gaga after watching Pujara in a new avatar.

Blasted 22-run in an over

However, despite Pujara's century bravado, Sussex suffered a four-run defeat while chasing 311. While Krunal Pandya's team Warwickshire had the last laugh in the thriller.

Pujara's bravado in vain

While Hardik Pandya is hogging limelight in India, his elder brother Krunal Pandya couldn't not do anything in this match and was dismissed for zero.

Krunal misfires with bat

Krunal Pandya, however, made a good comeback in bowling after a flop show in batting and played a vital role in Warwickshire's victory by snaring three wickets.

But bowling blitz continues

Meanwhile, Umesh Yadav bowled brilliantly for Middlesex and took 4 wickets in 8.4 overs.

Umesh Yadav

Umesh's blitzkrieg with the ball helped Middlesex beat Nottinghamshire by 27 runs. Umesh also scored 5 runs in batting.

Umesh won it for team

India's star pacer Navdeep Saini is playing for Kent in this tournament as he scalped 2/68 runs in 8.2 overs.

Navdeep Saini

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