Jadeja’s strong finishing touch to heavy Sri Lanka in Dharamsala, fans gave funny reaction on social media

Team India continues to perform well under the leadership of Rohit Sharma. The team defeated Sri Lanka by 7 wickets in the second T20. Sir Ravindra Jadeja’s importance in this victory was worthy.

Jadeja’s performance in Dharamsala

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The second T20 match was played between India and Sri Lanka in Dharamsala. In this match, Rohit Brigade won the toss and decided to bat. After which the visiting team showed its strength in batting in Dharamsala. Especially the team’s young opener Pathum Nisanka scored a great half-century and took the team to a good score in the second T20. In response, Team India got it in the 18th over itself. Captain Rohit Sharma (Rohit SharmaUnder the leadership of Team India won the third consecutive T20 series. This match Sir Jadeja had an important contribution in the victory.

Jadeja first with the ball and then with the bat showed such a feat that the Indian fans went crazy. He blew 1 six and 3 fours in the 16th over on Dushmanta Chamira. Due to Jadeja’s storm, India registered an easy victory by 7 wickets in just 17.1 overs. Sir Jadeja is being praised a lot on social media too. #Jadeja is trending on Twitter. Fans are also giving their reaction with this hashtag.

See the reaction of fans here

Unbeaten partnership of 58 runs in 4.2 overs with Ravindra Jadeja gave the team victory. Iyer returned unbeaten on 74 off 44 balls (6 fours, 4 sixes) and Jadeja scored 45 runs in 18 balls (7 fours, 1 six). Both added 58 runs in just 26 balls.

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