IND vs AUS: Mohammed Siraj MISSES catch, Ravindra Jadeja’s angry stare and murmur storms the internet, watch here

IND vs AUS

IND vs AUS: Men in Blue and Kangaroos are currently clashing at Chepauk Stadium, Chennai. Though, there ought to be several moments on cricket field which often take up everyone’s notice. On a similar note, a new video has taken over social media, in which Ravindra Jadeja can be seen showing his anger towards Mohammed Siraj who missed an easy catch.

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What had happened during IND vs AUS match?

This incident happened during the 20th over of the match. After the last ball of the over was bowled by Jadeja, David Warner, who was standing in front, attempted to sweep the ball. However, the ball didn’t hit his bat properly and flew towards deep backward square, taking the top edge. David Warner started running when he saw the ball approaching the boundary. The ball came down quickly, and Siraj tried to catch it by diving, but unfortunately, he missed it by a little distance.

As a result, the catch was dropped, and David Warner was saved from getting out. Jadeja was visibly angry at the missed catch. He raised both of his hands in frustration and could be seen grumbling while muttering something under his breath. Some fans thought that the catch was quite difficult, and Jadeja should have appreciated Siraj’s effort. However, his reaction was quite unexpected.

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Watch the IND vs AUS video here

https://twitter.com/MainDheetHoon69/status/1638480371804409866?s=20

However, the revival did not last long for David Warner as he was dismissed by Kuldeep Yadav in the 25th over of the innings for a score of 23 runs off 31 balls. The video of the moment is now going immensely popular on social media.

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