Ravindra Jadeja fears injury after India defeat in 3rd test: not a good place to be

Ravindra Jadeja posted a photo from the hospital on social media following India’s loss to England in the third test on Saturday.

Ravindra Jadeja posted a photo of the hospital on her social media account (Photo Instagram)


  • Ravindra has played all three tests in the series so far
  • Jadeja scored 4 and 30 in the third test and chose 2 wickets against England
  • India lost third test by one set and 76 points to concede 1-0 lead

Indian all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja suffered an injury following the team’s loss to England on Matchday 4 of Headingley’s test at Leeds on Saturday. The cricketer posted a photo from the hospital on social media, although the nature of his injury remains unclear.

Jadeja has played all three tests in the series so far with scores of 56, 40, 3, 4 and 30. The 32-year-old picked 2 wickets in the last game.

“It’s not a good place to be,” Jadeja posted in her Instagram story.

Instagram photo by Ravindra Jadeja

India’s resistance on the penultimate day of Headingley’s test lasted less than a session as a five-wicket transport from Ollie Robinson saw England take the set victory and 76 points at Leeds on Saturday.

Much was expected of the Indian Intermediate Order after their good show with the bat on Day 3 as Cheteshwar Pujara and Virat Kohli resumed the fight, but he died sooner than expected under bright sunshine and good conditions of bat.

Resuming from a nightly 215-2 score, the visitors crashed to 278 before lunch, with the Indian Intermediate Order once again failing miserably against the pace and cunning of England’s fast bowlers.

Cheteshwar Pujara (91) was the first to be fired, reaching out to a Robinson swinger who received a leg before the wicket in the exam, before captain Virat Kohli (55) edged out Joe Root shortly after completing its half-century.

Ajinkya Rahane’s sacking for 10 against James Anderson all but ended India’s hopes of overthrowing England’s lead, with Ravindra Jadeja’s late ending of 30 providing some entertainment but ultimately to no avail.

Robinson, who was named player of the game, finished in 5-65, while Craig Overton contributed with three wickets.

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