Jadeja enraged in fight with opponents, Dhoni to cool down the heat

Chennai Super Kings

Ravindra Jadeja was seen in a different form in the IPL match against Sunrisers Hyderabad. He not only broke the backbone of Hyderabad by taking three wickets, but also lost his temper and got involved in a verbal argument with the opposing cricketer. Mahendra Singh Dhoni had to come forward and calm down Jadeja to handle the situation.

Jadeja’s troubles have come to the headlines overshadowing the success. The incident happened in the 14th over of Hyderabad’s innings. Jadeja went to catch Mayank Agarwal’s return shot. But even touching the ball, he could not catch the catch. He clashed with Heinrich Klassen who was standing as a non-striker. Klassen had no time to move as the catch came suddenly. But Jadeja was not happy with the behavior of the Proteas batter.

Jadeja was heard standing up and saying something to Klassen. Jadeja also kicked the ground out of frustration. Klassen did not leave either. He also came forward and replied back to Jadeja. A heated situation was therefore created in the field itself. ‘Captain Cool’ Dhoni could not stand on the opposite side at all. Dhoni came to Jadeja and calmed them. He took Classen away too. The umpires also came forward.

Jadeja became of the player of the match with three wickets, and Dhoni played his role three times behind the stumps

Trouble continued in that over as well. Of course, Jadeja has the last laugh with the likes of Dhoni. Mayank has to return to his lightning speed stumping. And the bowler was that Jadeja only. He started shouting and cheering for the wicket. Dhoni has to come forward again to calm down Jadeja.

Chennai Super Kings played the Sunrisers Hyderabad at the MA Chidambaram Stadium. SRH suffered a frustrating loss as CSK defeated them by 7 wickets. Amongst the SRH batters, it was Abhishek Sharma to get the highest score (34 off 26) among the minimal target (134) they put on the board.

Jadeja took 3 wickets in 4 overs by giving 22 runs. While coming to bat, CSK reached the target in 18.2 overs with a blistering performance of Devon Conway. Initially with Ruturaj Gaikwad on the the other side. and then with Rahane, Rayudu and Moyeen Ali, he played his part. He stood not out and scored 76 runs off of 57 ball, eventually securing the win for CSK and let neither Dhoni or Jadeja to come on field.

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