IPL 2018: Watch - Ravindra Jadeja Wears a Surprising Look after Picking up Virat Kohli

Published - 05 May 2018, 07:29 PM

Ravindra Jadeja & Virat Kohli
Ravindra Jadeja & Virat Kohli. Image Courtesy: Twitter

Ravindra Jadeja gave a surprised look after getting the better of Royal Challengers Bangalore skipper, Virat Kohli in the game in Pune.

It was the first ball of the seventh over when Jadeja was able to get through the defence of the right-hander.

Surprisingly, Jadeja could not also believe he has got the wicket of Virat Kohli and gave a surprised look instead. Kohli tried to guide the ball towards the third man for a single but missed it all together.

Virat Kohli. Photo by: Faheem Hussain /SPORTZPICS for BCCI.

RCB are struggling to get going in their batting innings.

Meanwhile, Chennai has already put their noses in front against RCB. The hosts have scalped seven wickets thus far, and the tourist’s inning is tottering at 87 for seven (at the time when the article was written). Ravindra Jadeja was also able to dismiss Mandeep Singh as well as Parthiv Patel.

Harbhajan Singh was able to scalp the crucial wicket of AB de Villiers who is returning after missing a couple of matches. MS Dhoni took a fine take down the leg-side and got rids of the bails in a jiffy.

Ravindra Jadeja. . Photo by: Prashant Bhoot /SPORTZPICS for BCCI

Parthiv Patel was the lone warrior of the RCB innings, as he has scored 53 runs. It is the debut match for the wicketkeeper-batsman in this season, and he has justified his selection.

Royal Challengers Bangalore have their backs against the wall, and they need to get to a respectable total to challenge Chennai’s batting unit. Men in Yellow batsmen are in good form with the bat, and almost everyone is chipping in with their contribution.

Meanwhile, both teams have made three changes to their playing XI. Chennai has won six matches out of the nine they have played, whereas, Bangalore has won only three of the eight they have played.

Here is Ravindra’s Jadeja surprising look after dismissing Virat Kohli: