It is well known that all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja of the Indian cricket team and former cricketer Sanjay Manjrekar have a public falling out. Jadeja responded after Manjrekar referred to the player as “bit and pieces” after the 2019 ICC World Cup. While the event has been put behind both cricketers, supporters continue to bring it up offline and online. One such incident occurred when Manjrekar was speaking to Matthew Hayden close to the boundary line during the third Test match between India and Australia and a fan in Indore mocked Manjrekar. A fan was heard calling out Jadeja’s name to Manjrekar in a video that was posted on social media as Manjrekar glared at him aggressively
During the lunch break, Sanjay manjrekar ko gussa dilane kai liye started chanting jadeja jadeja and he stared at me with anger
The third Test victory against India by nine wickets helped Australia secure a spot in this year’s ICC World Test Championship Final, but it’s still unclear who will join them there.
Australia has been the preeminent team during this World Test Championship (2021-23), winning 11 of the 18 Tests in which they have participated under Pat Cummins.
The veteran off-spinner Nathan Lyon, who claimed 11 wickets for the game to more than make up for the unanticipated absence of Cummins due to family obligations, delivered an outstanding bowling effort in their most recent victory.
As Usman Khawaja was bowled for a duck in the second innings, Australia’s batting collapses throughout the series may have made for a nerve-wracking run chase, but Travis Head (49*) and Marnus Labuschagne (28*) guided them to the heartwarming victory.
Regardless of what happens in the last Test of their current series against India, Australia will end the current period in first place in the World Test Championship standings thanks to that victory, which has enabled them accumulate an impressive 68.52 of their available WTC points.
Although being in the driver’s seat to earn a spot in the final Test at The Oval in June and maintaining second place in the standings with 60.29 of their possible WTC points, India is still vulnerable to being passed by Sri Lanka if things go against Rohit Sharma’s team in the upcoming weeks.
India’s participation in the WTC Final will be guaranteed if they win the fourth Test against Australia in Ahmedabad, but if the visitors also win or if there is a draw, Sri Lanka has a chance to overcome Rohit’s team and claim the final spot.
In order to have any chance of securing a spot in the WTC Final, Sri Lanka must whitewash New Zealand 2-0 in a series of two away Test matches they must play this month.
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