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Rishabh Pant-Ravindra Jadeja: Rishabh Pant received Man of Series Award, did ‘injustice’ happen to Ravindra Jadeja?


Bangalore: India won the second Test by 238 runs against Sri Lanka (IND Beat SL In Day Night Test) on the third day at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium on Monday. Wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant was selected for the ‘Man of the Series’ and Shreyas Iyer for the ‘Man of the Match’ award. There is no doubt that Pant had taken 8 wickets with a strong performance behind the wicket and scored 185 runs including a record-breaking half-century and was the best choice for the man of the series, but the fans were a little upset about this.

Some fans believe that Ravindra Jadeja should have got the Man of the Series award. Ravindra Jadeja also showed excellent batting and bowling performance in the first Test. In which the all-rounder scored 175 runs and took nine wickets. However, he did not do well in the second Test and scored 4 and 22 runs respectively. Jadeja has also taken 10 wickets, including nine wickets taken by him in the first Test and one wicket in the second Test.

On the other hand, Rishabh Pant’s performance in the series has been the best as he scored 96 runs in 97 balls in the first test, 39 runs in the first innings of the second test and 50 runs in 31 balls in the second innings. His strike rate was over 120 in Tests, while the average was 61 plus.

Regarding the Player of the Series award, a user wrote – Most runs and 10 wickets were taken in the series. Ravindra Jadeja should have got the player of the series. Other fans also had a similar reaction. Let us tell you that under the leadership of Rohit Sharma, the Indian team won the two-Test series against Sri Lanka by an innings and 222 runs in the first Test and 238 runs in the second Test.

Talking about the match, India won the toss against Sri Lanka and decided to bat first. The team scored 252 runs in 59.1 overs for the loss of ten wickets in the first innings and declared the innings for 303 runs in 68.5 overs in the second innings for the loss of nine wickets. Sri Lanka were bundled out for 109 runs in 35.5 overs in the first innings and scored 208 runs for the loss of ten wickets in the second innings, helping the Indian team win the match by 238 runs and take the two-match Test series 2-0. Collected.

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