India allrounder, Krunal Pandya has signed up with Warwickshire to play the Royal London Cup.
He is excited to be a part of a historical club like Warwickshire and wants to make Edgbaston his home.
The Royal London Cup is a 50-over tournament where different counties participate.
Krunal has played for two franchises in the IPL, namely, Mumbai Indians and Lucknow Super Giants.
For India, Krunal has played 19 T20Is and 5 ODIs. He made his debut against England where he hit the fastest fifty in just 26 balls.
In the bowling department, Krunal has taken 89 wickets. He has also featured in 76 List A matches where he has scored 2,231 runs with an average of 37.
Krunal extended his thanks to the BCCI and Warwickshire County Cricket Club for his appointment.
Warwickshire’s Director of Cricket, Paul Farbrace also welcomed Krunal and said that he is a valuable addition to the team.
Farbrace also said that with The Hundred, they will be losing many of their top players so Krunal is a welcome addition to the Royal London Cup.
Krunal will be of great help to the younger players of the Warwickshire team.
Many Indian cricketers are now opting to play county cricket in England which is giving them the required cricket practice that they are not able to do in India.
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