Ravindra Jadeja India vs Australia: The first match of the Test series between India and Australia is being played in Nagpur. By the end of the first day’s play, India had scored 77 runs with the loss of one wicket. While the Australian team was all out on a score of 177 runs in the first innings. Ravindra Jadeja bowled brilliantly during this. He took 5 wickets. Australian media has made serious allegations after Jadeja’s dangerous performance. The Australian media has accused him of tampering with the ball.
Jadeja took 5 wickets for 47 runs in 22 overs in the first innings. He also took out 8 maiden overs. Most of the cricketers praised Jadeja. But the Australian media accused him of tampering with the ball. Sharing a photo of Jadeja and Siraj on an Australian news website, wrote, “Interesting. During the first Test match between India and Australia, a matter has been questioned. Debate has started regarding this. In a video clip, Jadeja goes to Siraj and applies something on his fingers before throwing the ball.
The Australian media has tried to blow up Jadeja’s case. Due to this, an attempt has been made to tarnish the image of Indian cricket. While the truth of this matter is something else. According to a news published on Aaj Tak, Jadeja had taken ointment after going to Siraj. With this the fingers can get rest. If they want to do ball tempering, they put that thing on the ball instead of fingers. Different reactions have been seen on this issue.
Explain that according to the rules of the ICC, no bowler or player can put any kind of thing on the ball during the match. It is considered in the category of ball tempering.
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