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Ravindra Jadeja Celebrating 15 years in International Cricket

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Ravindra Jadeja : One of the best all-around players in history, Ravindra Jadeja is not just a consistent player for the club in all three game types. More than ten years have passed since the 35-year-old became the Indian team’s backbone in red and white ball cricket.

On Thursday, February 8, Jadeja reached a significant career milestone by playing 15 years of international cricket. At Colombo’s Premadasa Stadium on February 8, 2009, Jadeja made his debut for India in an ODI match against Sri Lanka. He played against the same opponent at the same location two days later in his Men in Blue T20I debut. The all-rounder’s national team debut came in

With 280 wickets and 2893 runs in 69 Test matches, Jadeja is an all-time great for India. For the national squad over his career, the all-time great all-rounder has also appeared in 197 ODIs and 66 T20Is. Along with his 53 in the game’s shortest format, he has amassed 220 wickets in One Day Internationals.

Ravindra Jadeja

Rajkot, home of Jadeja, will host India’s next tournament, the 3rd Test match against England. The outstanding all-rounder, however, is a serious concern for the match after his absence from the series second Test. In the first test, Jadeja was substituted out when he injured his hamstring attempting to finish a run.

Although Jadeja and the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) have been at the National Cricket Academy (NCA) over the last several days, the team for the next three Test matches of the series has not yet been announced. A similar ailment kept KL Rahul out of the second Test.

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Despite the fact that it was a losing effort, he made up for it with a solid bats scoring of 60* (77). at the third One Day International at Cuttack, the cricketer from Saurashtra, who took 4/32 in 10 overs against Sri Lanka, got his first Player of the Match award. This was his 12th ODI. Because of his outstanding achievements, he established himself as a consistent member of the squad in both limited-overs forms.

With his all-around effort in the final of the Champions Trophy 2013, Jadeja produced his most memorable performance, helping India win their second championship. India won the match by five runs because to Jadeja’s outstanding 33* (25) at the bat and his subsequent 2/24 in four overs. In addition, he received the “golden ball” for completing the competition with the highest average of 12.83, having taken 12 wickets from five innings.

Ravindra Jadeja’s ODI and T20Is Stats

In 197 matches, Jadeja has accumulated 2756 runs at an average of 32.42 and has also claimed 220 wickets. The adaptable cricket player also made his impact in the game’s shortest format, making his T20Is debut on February 10, 2009, against Sri Lanka once again. Jadeja has made 66 T20I matches and has taken 53 wickets in addition to scoring 480 runs at an average of 22.86.

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