Ravindra Jadeja moves on from IPL controversy with 1st overseas century says What happened


Indian cricket team all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja said that he has moved on from the Indian Premier League controversy that took place in the month of May. It was tough for Jadeja to play the entire season after his first performance as a player and as a captain while captaining Chennai Super Kings for the first time. In such a situation, he was forced to give back the captaincy command to MS Dhoni again. However, he says that what happened happened.

At the same time, Ravindra Jadeja, after scoring a century in England, said after the second day’s play of the Edgbaston Test match that he had moved on from the incident and that his entire focus was on playing and performing for India. He said, “What happened, happened. IPL was not on my mind. Whenever you are playing for India, your entire focus should be on the Indian team’s victory. It was the same for me, to do well for India. There is no better satisfaction than that.”

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It was Jadeja’s maiden overseas century and it came at a time when India were in poor shape after losing five wickets within 100 runs on the first day of the match. To this he said, “It feels really good to score a century outside India, especially in England. Scoring 100 runs as a player is really a big deal. I can really take some confidence in myself as a player from that.” It feels good to score 100 runs in England especially in swinging conditions.

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