On Thursday in Sydney, India made their third Test debut with the opposing team, where Team india Ravindra Jadeja, who is involved in the playing XI, has captivated everyone due to his brilliant performance. At the same time, when Jadeja dismissed Steve Smith, whose bat was overshadowed by Team India, Sanjay Manjrekar started reading songs in praise of Jadeja. While everyone knows that these two giants have always been staunch opponents of each other.
Ravindra Jadeja dismissed Steve Smith
On Thursday, Team India has started their fourth Test against Australia. Where in the first innings of the third Test, the players of Australia batted fiercely. Steve Smith, who has been struggling with continuous poor performance, was seen returning to his form. In this innings, Australia scored 338 runs and overtook Team India by 242 runs.
At the same time, when Steve Smith’s bat was facing fiercely in front of the Indian bowlers, Jadeja sent a stick throw to Australia and sent the star batsman back. Smith was the last Australian batsman to be dismissed, where Smith was dismissed for 131 runs.
Sanjay Manjrekar impressed by Ravindra Jadeja’s work
As soon as Ravindra Jadeja dismissed Steve Smith, Sanjay Manjrekar, the biggest critic of Indian players, started tying the praises of Jadeja. He praised Jadeja’s stick throw, saying
“This job like impossible could only be made possible by a fielder like Ravindra Jadeja. It is not just a matter of accuracy. The speed with which Jadeja threw it became a major reason for being run out. Very cool. “
Seemingly impossible that only Jadeja the fielder could have made possible. Not just the accuracy of the throw but the sheer speed of the throw was the key to that run out. Absolutely brilliant!
– Sanjay Manjrekar (@sanjaymanjrekar) January 8, 2021
However, Ravindra Jadeja and Sanjay Manjrekar have been crowded many times on Twitter. Their most discussed debate was seen during the world in 2019. At that time, Manjrekar had criticized Ravindra Jadeja, saying that he prefers to include a specialist player in the playing XI instead of an all-rounder like Jadeja.
Ravindra Jadeja was very angry on this. He tweeted to Sanjay Manjrekar and said that he has played more international cricket than Sanjay, so this former player should refrain from commenting on him.