Sussex have roped in Cheteshwar Pujara as the abroad player for the forthcoming period of the County Championship and the One-Day Cup. The Indian Test player – who as of late lost his spot for the home installations against Sri Lanka – has been drafted in as a trade for Travis Head, with the Australian mentioning to be let out of his agreement because of expanded worldwide responsibilities and his accomplice anticipating their first youngster.
Cheteshwar Pujara, who was essential for Chennai Super Kings during last year’s IPL, went unsold this time round, and is allowed to get together with Sussex on schedule for the principal County round of the period – against Nottinghamshire at home from April 7 – and will likewise be important for the 50-over homegrown contest.
“I’m energized and regarded to be a piece of the notable Sussex County Cricket Club for the impending season,” Cheteshwar Pujara said. “I really do anticipate getting together with the Sussex family soon and be a piece of its rich cricketing history. Throughout the long term I have generally partaken in my time in the UK playing region cricket, so anxiously anticipating the new spell and expect to add to the club’s prosperity.”
Cheteshwar Pujara has had stretches in County Cricket with Nottinghamshire, Yorkshire and Derbyshire beforehand.