Coming to the match, Lancashire put on a massive 512 runs in the first innings before getting bowled out.
Gill’s innings included 16 fours and two sixes.
Siraj’s five victims also included Pakistan's Imam-ul-Haq.
The Gujarat Titans batter won the Player of the Series award in the recently concluded Zimbabwe tour.
Currently, the game stands in Somerset’s favour as they ended the third day with a lead of 373 runs.
Pujara, who was given the responsibility to lead Sussex in the absence of their regular skipper Tom Haines, led from the front and stayed at the crease till the very end.
Indian pacer will wear his preferred shirt number 96 and will follow the footsteps of legendary Indian batter Rahul Dravid by becoming the second Indian Test cricketer to play for the county.
Northamptonshire have set a target of 365 runs for Kent County Cricket Club on Day 4 with the help of Ryan Rickelton's hard-fought century.
The batter who is famous for holding his ground and staying at the crease for long, tried a role-reversal in his team’s game against Leicestershire.
The right-arm quick bowled a length delivery that swung after pitching on the off-stump and breached the batter’s defense.
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