Ravindra Jadeja Has Urged People To Remain Indoors In This Critical Situation:
All-rounder of team India Ravindra Jadeja has posted an awareness message regarding the COVID-19 pandemic in his social media platform Instagram.
He also posted a video of himself running out Usman Khwaja, Australia batsman at the time of the second one-day international match of India’s tour of Australia last year.
Ravindra Jadeja Warns People Of COVID-19
All this had happened on the 19th over, the third ball when the Australian cricketer Usman Khawaja ran for one run after a Kuldeep Yadav ball by the off-side. At that time, Jadeja was fielding at cover-point, ran towards his left side to pick the ball and throw the ball at the stumps at the end of non-striker in a second.
Having found the Australian batsman short of his crease, Ravindra Jadeja was able to end a 56 runs partnership for the third wicket between Shaun Marsh and Usman Khawaja.
Referring to the same incident, the terrific all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja urged people to stay at home and quoted that “ Stay at home, stay safe. Runout mat hona ( don’t get run out)”.
The 31 years old Jadeja previously played for India at the time of their latest Test series against New Zealand in Christchurch. While the left-handed batsman was contracted to play a three-match one day international (ODI) series against South Africa at home. But because of coronavirus pandemic, like the other tournaments, this tournament also got affected and cancelled.
Starting from his comeback into the Twenty20 team after two years, the middle-order batsman has got eight number of wickets in nine games at an average rate of 21.12, a strike rate of 20.2 and an economy rate of 6.25. Like other Indian cricketers, Jadeja is also eyeing at IPL 2020 as well as ICC T20 World Cup 2020.