Ravindra Jadeja: Torn apart Australia’s batting line-up

The outstanding all-rounder for Team India, Ravindra Jadeja, amassed a seven-for as India dominated Australia in the currently taking place second Test. The second of a four-match test series between the two cricketing behemoths has begun at Delhi’s Arun Jaitley Stadium.

The visitors started the third innings with the intention of setting a challenging target after India finished their batting innings with 262, behind by just one run. The spinners from India, Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja, delivered many blows as they combined for nine wickets, but what came next was a complete surrender.

Since the Nagpur Test, Jadeja has been enjoying a remarkable return, and he has once more decked out the opposition’s lineup to give India the advantage. However, theAfter the loss of a wicket, the Australians began Day 3 with a lead of 62 runs.

Following Ashwin’s crucial dismissal of Travis Head on Day 3 to start the scoring, Jadeja changed up his approach and struck hard as he added seven wickets to his total for the innings. These includes Marnus Labuschagne, Alex Carey, Pat Cummins, Nathan Lyon, and Matthew Kuhnemann, all of whom were knocked over, being duped by the star all-rounder.

India is close to securing a spot in the World Cup final.
Day 4 will see India begin their run chase of a meagre 115 runs, and Rohit and company will aim to wrap up the match quickly. This would give India a commanding 2-0 series lead andinch closer to earning a spot in the ICC World Test Championship 2021–23 cycle’s championship match.

It is important to note that Australia is also vying for a position in the ICC tournament’s finals. But against India, their string of victories in the longest format against the West Indies and South Africa comes to an abrupt end. The Australian team will try to fight hard and give the Indian team a run for their money with a target of 115 runs on the board.

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