‘You cannot point a finger at Ravindra Jadeja’ – Kevin Pietersen 

‘You cannot point a finger at Ravindra Jadeja’ – Kevin Pietersen. “That guy is an absolute star,” Pietersen declared.

At the MA Chidambaram Stadium on Tuesday, the Lucknow Super Giants defeated the Chennai Super Kings. Despite batting first, the defending champions were unable to contain the 210 runs they had scored. Despite having a sluggish start to the powerplay, Ruturaj Gaikwad’s century helped CSK surpass 200. Ravindra Jadeja’s innings was then scrutinized because of his cautious strategy.

Ravindra Jadeja struggled to get going after being promoted up the order ahead of hard-hitting Shivam Dube. He wasn’t middling the ball and attempted to rotate the strike as often as possible. He scored 16 runs in 19 deliveries, which critics claimed contributed to CSK’s struggles in setting the difficult goal. Kevin Pitersen, a former England cricketer, has praised the all-rounder, stating that India’s star cannot be written off.

“You are entirely correct. Furthermore, it is imperative that you acknowledge Marcus Stoinis. Chennai executed everything flawlessly. Marcus Stoinis defeated them last night. Pietersen, cited by TOI, “It was him in a stand alone scoring one of the great hundreds of the IPL.”

So stop pointing at things. You can’t act like I won’t take it at all and point the finger at Ravindra Jadeja. Not at all. That man is truly amazing. He is among India’s initial selections. Take his IPL performances for India, for example. Give the man some space. Kevin Pietersen said, “Stoinis defeated the Yellow Army yesterday.”

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Marcus Stoinis disrupts Chepauk fortress

Marcus Stoinis lead LSG’s charge against CSK in their den. While the required run rate climbed above 14, he teamed up with Nicholas Pooran for a six-hit streak. Mustafizur Rahman bowled the innings’ penultimate over, which required 17 runs. Stoinis completed the game with a six off the first ball and three consecutive boundaries on successive deliveries. He hit an undefeated 124 runs from 63 deliveries.

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