Ravindra Jadeja and Mohammed Siraj were shown together on the television show. The footage suggests that they exchanged something, but there is no clear evidence.
On the opening day of the first Test between India and Australia at Nagpur, the hosts dominated. India put up 77/1 before the umpires called for stumps, and Australia, who chose to bat first, was run out for 177.
India appears to be in a good position to take a significant lead over the opposition when play resumes on Day 2, with the hosts trailing by only 100 runs and nine wickets remaining.
India’s attack will be resumed alongside R Ashwin, who has not yet played a game, and Rohit Sharma, who has already reached his half-century.
To re-enter the competition, Australia, on the other hand, will hope for luck to turn on day two.
The Indian team’s star performer was Ravindra Jadeja. Who had just returned from an injury and was playing his first international match.
The all-rounder dealt five blows, taking Steve Smith and Marnus Labuschagne’s prized scalps as well.
However, a viral video of Jadeja and Mohammed Siraj sparked a debate and prompted Tim Paine.
The former captain of Australia, to respond. The incident occurred while Alex Carey and Peter Handscomb were batting in the middle and Australia had already lost half of their team with only 120 runs on the board.
Jadeja and Siraj were shown together on the television show. With footage suggesting that they exchanged something, but no clear evidence. After that, Jadeja continued bowling while rubbing his index finger.
The video was shared on Twitter by a fan who tagged Paine and asked the former captain to comment. Paine quickly tweeted “Interesting” in response.
A prominent Australian media outlet called the entire incident “questionable.” FOX Cricket According to unconfirmed reports.
The Indian team has responded to the allegation by claiming that Siraj gave Jadeja an ointment to apply to his fingers because spinners who bowl a lot of overs tend to get sore. Jadeja bowled a total of 22 overs for the team.
In the meantime, Jadeja stated that he was overjoyed with his performance, which unquestionably put India in control. I’m delighted with how I bowled.
It’s hard to play Test cricket after five months. At the NCA, I worked hard on my fitness and skills, so I was ready for it.
“After a long absence, I played a first-class game (Ranji), bowling nearly 42 overs. After the first day of play, the all-rounder said, “It gave me a lot of confidence to come here and play a Test match.”
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