Ravindra Jadeja’s comeback attracted some controversy on day 1 of the first test between India vs Australia at Nagpur on Thursday.
Ravindra Jadeja took 5 crucial wickets yesterday. The Australian media blamed him for using an external substance on his fritters while brushing on Thursday. The left-arm incentive was applying an ointment for the soreness of his fingers. This is within the rules of the game. The same was informed to the Match officials in time. So, Andy Pycroft gave a clean cheat to Jadeja and India after the incident Ravindra Jadeja and India. were given a clean cheat ahead of Day 2 of the first Test of the Border- Gavaskar Trophy in Nagpur. The match referee of the match- Andy Pycroft disclosed the recording footage to Jadeja and Rohit and the matter was resolved. The team India management was upset, as the Senior player was involved, they soon find relief onday 2 by the match referee’s decision.
The Ointment story
Jadeja, who’s making a comeback after his knee injury last September applied a pain-relief ointment for soreness of his index finger. He was not used to long spells after such a long gap. He bowled near about 22 full-over spells on day one of the first tests. So, he applied the ointment to his fingers well-informed to all officials and the match referee in the same. Read More: Messi’s PSG ‘Out of Tournament’ of French Cup upon losing with Marseille
Ravindra Jadeja’s Bowling highlights on the day1, first test
He first picked up Marnus Labuschagne as KS Bharat pulled off a stumping. Jadeja also trapped Matt Renshaw in front of the wholes on the veritably coming ball to rattle the Australian fur order. Steve Smith was his third victim with a brilliant delivery to shatter his wholes. Todd Murphy and Peter Hands comb were Jadeja’s fourth and fifth wickets as he ended with 5 wickets for 47.