Jadeja's unique run out execution leaves everyone stunned

NEW DELHI: Cricket spectators often get to see humorous moments at the ground and the second day's play of the primary Test match between India and West Indies witnessed the similar at the Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium in Rajkot on Friday.

The incident took place in the 12th over of the West Indies innings when Ravichandran Ashwin bowled to Shimron Hetmyer. The West Indies batsman played it against mid wicket and went for a run. His partner Sunil Ambris answered however Hetmyer modified his thoughts and both batsmen had been inside handshaking distance of one another.

Amidst all of the drama, Ravindra Jadeja, who picked up the ball, determined to not throw to Ashwin and stored on looking ahead to Hetmyer to come to the non striker's finish that left everybody stunned. When Jadeja eventually threw the ball Ashwin had already walked away from the wickets, however fortunately it hit the stumps and Hetmyer needed to stroll back to the pavilion for 10.


It brought the smiles on Indian gamers however skipper Virat Kohli appeared no longer too amuse.


Earlier in the day, Jadeja ended an extended stay up for his maiden Test ton as India declared after striking up a mammoth 649 for 9 at tea on day two of the series opener here.


Jadeja struck an unbeaten 100 off 132 off balls as India extended their domination with the bat against a suffering West Indies. His whirlwind effort in entrance of home crowd got here after skipper Virat Kohli (139 off 230) finished his 24th Test hundred in the morning.


Jadeja needed to wait till his 38th Test to succeed in three figures, having made his debut back in December 2012. Batting alongside with No. 11 Mohammed Shami, he skilled the frightened 90s sooner than in any case attending to the milestone in final over sooner than tea.
Jadeja's unique run out execution leaves everyone stunned Jadeja's unique run out execution leaves everyone stunned Reviewed by kailash soni on October 06, 2018 Rating: 5
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