Ravindra Jadeja is in hospital with a knee injury.
Rabindra Jadeja, the Indian cricket off-roader veteran, was admitted to a Leeds hospital on Saturday. It is known that he injured his knee during the third test.
So they took him to the hospital for an ultrasound to be careful beforehand.
Rabindra Jadeja has played in the first three Tests against England in the current series.
He sustained a knee injury while playing on the second day of the third test. India lost the match by one inning and 6 runs.
After being admitted to the hospital, Jadeja posted a photo of himself on his Instagram account.
In this picture, he is seen in a hospital uniform. “It’s not a very good place for me,” he wrote in the caption.
However, the Indian team management is not overly concerned about Jadeja’s injury. On the other hand, the hospital has also made it clear that the damage is not severe.
The Indian cricket team is known to depart for London on August 30. If the scan report finds nothing to worry about, Jadeja will go with the team.
The fourth Test at the Oval is scheduled to begin on September 2.
Rabindra Jadeja is expected to be replaced by veteran Ravichandran Ashwin because the wickets of the Oval are relatively slow.
Before this series of tests, Ashwin played Surrey County cricket. There he took 6 plots in one driveway.
However, after the defeat in the Test at Headingley, the performance of the Indian cricket team has started to deteriorate. Most of the criticism has been directed at the team’s captain, Virat Kohli.
Everyone has the same complaint, Virat didn’t decide to hit first after winning the toss. Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli also hit first after winning the pitch at Heading’s prompt window.
However, every cricket critic admits that his decision was not the right one. Even opposition captain Joe Root was virtually stunned by Virat’s decision.
As a result, in the first innings, England’s potent bowler James Anderson took three wickets for 6 runs. Three front-line Indian hitters couldn’t stop Anderson’s pace.
Three of the first-order hitters were knocked out over 21 runs. Then the Indian cricket team was down to 78 runs. And here England won half the game.
And when they set a grand goal of 432 runs with the might of Root’s formidable century (121), the Indian cricket team couldn’t take that pressure any longer.
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