Friday , April 19 2024

IND vs ENG: After Rohit, Jadeja scored a brilliant century against England

After Indian team captain Rohit Sharma, now Ravindra Jadeja has also completed his century on the first day of the third test between India and England. Ravindra Jadeja, who came to bat in difficult conditions, first took command of the Indian innings along with captain Rohit Sharma. After this Jadeja scored the fourth century of his Test career. When Jadeja came to bat. At that time India had lost its first three important wickets for just 33 runs. After which Ravindra Jadeja made a partnership of more than 200 runs with Rohit Sharma and put India in a strong position. With this Jadeja completed 3000 test runs.

Jadeja's second century in Rajkot

Ravindra Jadeja has been playing domestic cricket at Niranjan Shah Stadium for many years. Ravindra Jadeja also scored an unbeaten 100 runs against West Indies who were on India tour in 2018. After which this is Ravindra Jadeja's second consecutive century in Rajkot. At that time Jadeja also performed brilliantly in batting and bowling. Due to which India defeated West Indies by an innings and 272 runs. Let us tell you that on this very ground, Ravindra Jadeja has also scored a triple century in first-class cricket.

Jadeja scored a century in Hyderabad

Jadeja was also in good form in the first Test match played between India and England in Hyderabad. When Jadeja crossed the 85 run mark. Then everyone thought that Jadeja would complete the fourth century of his career against England. But he failed to read a ball from Joe Root and the ball went straight to his pad. Due to which Jadeja was out LBW on 87 runs and could not complete his century by just 13 runs. After this, he was ruled out of the second Test due to injury, but once again Jadeja made a brilliant comeback on his home ground and scored a brilliant century.

Rohit Sharma also scored a century

Before Jadeja, captain Rohit Sharma had also scored a century. Rohit Sharma faced 196 balls in his century innings and scored 131 runs. Rohit hit 14 fours and 3 centuries in his innings. This was the 11th century of Rohit Sharma's Test career. This is also the third century of Rohit Sharma's Test career as Test captain. Mark Wood made Rohit Sharma his victim on a personal score of 131. Actually, while playing a big shot on the short ball of Mark Wood, Rohit Sharma got caught out by Ben Stokes.