Ravindra Jadeja fans erupt, fierce trolls for this mistake Hindi news

New Delhi: Chennai Super Kings (CSK) lost by 7 wickets in the 2021 IPL opener against the Delhi Capitals. Suresh Raina’s exit is considered the biggest turning point in this defeat.

That was the whole thing

In fact, Ravindra Jadeja on the first ball of the 16th over, Ravindra Jadeja tried to take a second inning after taking a single, but Jadeja made a move to get back to Raina halfway. By this point, Raina had far passed his crease, in which Chris Woakes threw at goalkeeper Rishabh Pant and Pant fired Raina.

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– Aditya Das (@ lodulalit001) April 10, 2021

@imjadeja kya bhai kra liye raina ko runout bhut bekar aadmi ho yrr

– RISHABH RAI (@ RISHABH72867666) April 10, 2021

CSK would have got 200 if Raina wouldn’t have been exhausted

– Paras Bisht (@ sunmercury5) April 10, 2021

Ravindra Jadeja makes Raina Runout

The Hardik Pandya to Raina pic.twitter.com/dpivZAw92O

– Official Sahil Waingankar (Iamsahil_02) (@ Sahil55237943) April 10, 2021

Raina’s runout and Dhoni wicket changed the momentum lol

– SANATH (@ Freak4Kolly) April 10, 2021

Jadeja runout karwane me maahir h lagta h ,,, raina ko runout karwa diya

– Aashu rajput (@ Aashura22986847) April 10, 2021

48-2 after 8 overs. #CSK is back in force. But they need the tracks, it’s difficult terrain to defend.

– Harsha Bhogle (@bhogleharsha) April 10, 2021

Fans held Ravindra Jadeja responsible

Fans on Twitter blame Ravindra Jadeja for Suresh Raina’s run-out. Ravindra Jadeja is often trolled. Fans believe that if Suresh Raina wasn’t exhausted, the Chennai Super Kings would have scored 200 points. Suresh Raina scored a brilliant 54 of 36 balls. Meanwhile, he hit 3 fours and 4 sixes, but his brilliant innings came to a sad end. Let us know that by hitting the first, Chennai Super Kings gave Delhi a goal of 189 points. In response, Delhi lost three wickets and got eight balls. Shikhar Dhawan has played 85 and Prithvi Shaw has played 72 innings.

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