IPL 2022 What happened between CSK and Ravindra Jadeja The team unfollowed the player from Twitter Instagram


Ravindra Jadeja vs CSK: On Wednesday night, Chennai Super Kings officially announced Ravindra Jadeja’s exit from IPL 2022, hours after the news that there was a tussle between CSK and Ravindra Jadeja. However, in an official statement, the franchise has cited Jadeja’s rib injury as the reason for being ruled out of the tournament. Meanwhile some reports surfaced which also claimed that the Saurashtra cricketer has been unfollowed by Chennai Super Kings on their Instagram and Twitter handles, which further fueled the rumors of a possible rift between the two sides.

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CSK took to their Twitter handle on Wednesday to announce that all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja suffered an injury during reverse fixation against Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) and has therefore been ruled out of the tournament.

Chennai Super Kings had said in their official statement that Ravindra Jadeja reported a rib injury. He was not available for Chennai Super Kings in the match played against Delhi Capitals on Sunday. He was under the supervision of doctors and on medical advice, he has been ruled out for the rest of the IPL season. ,

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Meanwhile, several reports also state that Jadeja has unfollowed the franchise on Instagram as well. Jadeja has been an important member of the franchise for the past 10 years and emerged as the most expensive player of the team for IPL 2022 when the franchise retained him for a whopping sum of Rs 16 crore.

Jadeja was made the captain of Chennai Super Kings before the start of IPL 2022. Jadeja relinquished the captaincy after the team’s dismal performance during the season and Dhoni took over the reins of CSK in the middle of the season. Jadeja also flopped with bat and ball under the pressure of captaincy.

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