It was a heartbreaking moment for all Indian fans when they saw the misunderstanding between Ravindra Jadeja and Hardik Pandya in the final of ICC Champions Trophy 2017, which cost the run-out of Hardik, who was smashing Pakistani bowlers out of the park and was playing extraordinarily well.
No Indian fan can also forget the footage of Hardik screaming and yelling in anger while walking back to the pavilion.
Even fans on Twitter trolled Ravindra Jadeja badly as they thought it was completely his fault. And now it was Jadeja’s turn to shut out his critics who held him responsible for Pandya’s unfortunate run-out in the big final.
In his recent interview, Jadeja slammed his trollers and said, “True followers of cricket, ones who understand the game, know that such things are a part of cricket.” “It happens in the game. No one does it intentionally. Everyone wants to play for the country, everyone has their own dreams. Run-outs happen hundreds of times. I don’t think about it too much. Critics can say what they want. They change their views after every series. I don’t play for them,” Jaddu added.