Left out of the World Cup team but created a stir with his bowling in England
Jaydev Uandkat was left out from the team for the 2023 World Cup, but he has taken county cricket by storm. Against Leicestershire, he took nine wickets for Sussex. Unadkat, who has had a great few seasons in red-ball cricket, took three wickets in the first innings and six wickets in the second.
His six-wicket haul in the second innings was very important, as Leicestershire had gotten as far as 483 out of 499, which was a very big goal. Unadkat broke the 27-run stand between Chris Wright and Matt Salisbury at the 10th wicket, which helped Sussex win.
When they were asked to bat first, the Sussex team, led by Cheteshwar Pujara, put up a total of 262. In their first game, Leicestershire only scored 108 runs, which was not enough to win. Thanks to half-centuries from Tom Clark and James Coles, Sussex got 344 runs in their second innings. This meant that Leicestershire had to get 499 runs to win.
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Colin Ackerman led Leicestershire and got a score of 136. Umar Amin (94), Ben Cox (58), and Tom Scriven (78) helped him a lot. Unadkat took out all of Leicestershire's middle order batsmen and also got the 10th wicket, which was a big part of the win.
Yuzvendra Chahal, Jayant Yadav shine in county cricket
Other Indian players who are doing well in county cricket are Yuzvendra Chahal and Jayant Yadav. Chahal took three wickets in Nottinghamshire's first innings and two more in their second innings in his first county game for Kent.
The senior leg-spinner seemed like a sure thing for the World Cup team, so his not being there was a big surprise. After being cut from the national team, he went to play for Kent.
Jayant Yadav plays cricket for the Middlesex county team.
He took five wickets, which helped Lancashire make a big score of 413 to beat Middlesex's score of 194. Since there is no local cricket in India, all three players will continue to play for their counties.