Rabindra Jadeja has been dropped from the rest of the IPL and has returned home with a rib injury
Senior India and Chennai Super Kings all-rounder Rabindra Jadeja has been ruled out of the rest of the IPL due to a rib injury, just days after leaving the leadership role on Wednesday.
“Rabindra Jadeja will miss the next two matches of CSK due to a rib injury. He has already gone home, ”CSK CEO Kasi Bishwanathan told PTI.
Jadeja apparently did not play the match against Delhi Capitals due to an injury to his upper body, surviving the previous match against RCB.
Jadeja, who captained CSK in the first eight games, had a memorable season as he managed just 116 runs at an average of 20 in 10 matches and took just five wickets at an economy rate of 7.51.
Although the official reason given for Jadeja’s unavailability is injury, sources tracking events at the CSK camp have claimed that the all-rounder has been dropped.
” I think there is more. Jadeja also unfollowed CSK on Instagram, “An IPL source told PTI on condition of anonymity.
When the CSK CEO asked about Jadeja’s decision to unfollow the franchisee on social media, he didn’t want to read too much into it.
“I have no idea about all these things like Instagram and Twitter and so I can’t tell you much about these things,” the CEO said. Jadeja has won two of the eight matches under CSK’s leadership, losing six, while the ‘Yellow Brigade’ has won three of the four games since Dhoni’s return as leader.
Dhoni, after taking over the reins from Jadeja, claimed in a roundabout manner that the all-rounder had been told last season that he would be given the captaincy for the 2022 edition. It was a simple Dhoni-style subtle message about the Saurashtra player not doing his homework.
At 33, Jadeja is a senior Indian star and self-styled actor. It appears that he was not given full responsibility when he was in the lead, an indication of which was when he was seen fielding deeply. Don’t come. Those who are left out sit in the dug-out. And Jadeja was dug out for the record.
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