By dismissing Australian captain Pat Cummins with an unplayable delivery during the second Test match between India and Australia, Ravindra Jadeja significantly changed the outcome of the match. Cummins attempted to slog sweep to a straight delivery as a second line of defence but failed. The ball continued to go low and skidded until it struck the stumps.
The removal of Cummins by Ravindra Jadeja was a pivotal moment in the game since it came at a time when India was consistently picking up wickets. Early in the hour, Ravichandran Ashwin set the tone by taking a number of crucial wickets, while Jadeja also made some crucial contributions.
Australia had already lost a number of key players, most notably Steve Smith and Matt Renshaw, who were swept aside, as well as Travis Head and Peter Handscomb. Australia’s situation worsened as a result of Jadeja’s arm ball, which Marnus Labuschagne also misunderstood.
After losing wickets, Australia still needed to score at least 175 runs to have a chance of winning the match. However, considering the calibre of India’s bowling attack, attaining that objective seemed increasingly difficult.
After Peter Handscomb was hit by the preceding ball, the visitors earlier faced major challenges. The ball was expertly placed outside off by Ravindra Jadeja, tempting Handscomb into a phoney effort. Handscomb went ahead to drive, but when it took the outside edge, the slide quickly seized the corner.
Ravindra Jadeja, a left-arm spinner, executed his delivery expertly and slowed it down just enough to give it some turn off the pitch. Handscomb was penalised for not being able to entirely cover the ball’s line due to his doubt. Australia is now struggling at the crease, therefore it will be up to the remaining batsmen to dig deep and try to create a recovery.