Jadeja played a key role in the Superkings two-wicket victory over the Kolkata Knight Riders on September 26th.
Chennai Super Kings All-rounder Ravindra Jadeja dedicated the Best Player Award to his daughter Nidhyana on the occasion of Daughters Day, a world-famous celebration on the fourth Sunday of September each year.
Jadeya played a key role in the Superkings two-wicket victory over the Kolkata Knight Riders at Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi on September 26, with two 6s in an 8-ball 22 blitzkrieg after KKR. I hit 4. He was putting pressure on MS Dhoni’s men during the chase of 172 runs.
CSK had a good grasp of the contest for most of the innings, but the situation went from 10 to 25 and four wickets were at hand, as a series of wickets later in their reaction. Previously shining with the ball, Jadeja gave Wicket only 21 runs in four overs and suffocated Prasidh Krishna in the penultimate over. 6,6,4,4 Keep his team chasing 4 from the end.
Thanks to his attack, CSK’s victory appeared to be within a moving distance in the face of KKR’s discipline over a few over 19 days. However, as CSK recorded a hat-trick, Sunil Narine missed Jadeya in the decisive final, Deepak Chahar stole the single from the last ball, and the end of the story so that the hardships of his teammates were not wasted. The twist was waiting. -Aside from regaining the highest points in the points total, the winning trick.
“I was supporting my strength” – the fateful 19-day or more Ravindra Jadeja
Talking about post-match performance, Jadeja, who was part of a party of 20 Indian members touring England for the Pataudi Trophy, recently went to white ball cricket after a lot of red ball action. We have made it difficult to make the necessary adjustments.
“I was working on a bat swing to come to the white ball cricket after you played cricket for 5 days. I wanted to repeat whatever I was doing. The penultimate over The run at was found to be a win for us, “said Jadeja.
“But Ruth [Ruturaj Gaikwad] And fuff [du Plessis] I got off to a good start. Whether it’s a bat or a ball, it needs to be collective as a unit. I supported my strength.he [Prasidh Krishna] I was bowling with my thin and square legs up. I thought he would bowl full outside and slow down a short ball. I thought he would give up one ball, but fortunately I got a good connection. “