Indian team’s star all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja made a strong comeback in international cricket. It was in the Nagpur and Delhi Tests against Australia that Jadeja made his Indian appearance after a long time and became the match winner in both these matches. The third Test match between the two teams will be played at Holkar Stadium, Indore. In the match starting on March 1, Jadeja will have a big chance to match Kapil Dev in cricket history.
The Indian team won the first test match against Australia by 1 wicket and 132 runs. The second Test match between the two teams was played in Delhi, which the Indian team won by 6 wickets. If the Indian team wins the third test match, then this win will be very important and rewarding for the team. All-rounder Ravindra Jadeja can do the same as India’s former captain Kapil Dev from this match. Jadeja still needs to take just one more wicket to complete this feat.
Jadeja currently has 259 Test wickets to his name. If he gets one more Test wicket, it will be a huge record for Jadeja. Jadeja will complete his 500 wickets in international cricket with this one wicket. Jadeja will be the second Indian after Kapil Dev () to score 500 wickets and 5000 runs in international cricket. Kapil Dev played a total of 131 Test matches in his Test career, scoring 5248 runs and taking 434 wickets. In ODI cricket, the former captain took 3783 runs and 253 wickets in 225 matches.
Fans are expecting Jadeja to become the second Indian after Kapil Dev to do so in the third Test against Australia. Jadeja has played 62 Tests, 171 ODIs and 64 T20 Internationals in his international career. It has 2619, 2447 and 457 runs to Jadeja’s name in all the three formats respectively. As a bowler, Jadeja has taken 259, 189 and 51 wickets in these formats. (Ravindra Jadeja needs just one wicket to join Kapil Dev’s exclusive club)
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