Indian all rounder Ravindra Jadeja who is currently missing India vs England test series due to thumb injury, has came up with a tweet celebrating the 12 years in Indian cricket. The cricketer’s post which looked similar to Dhoni’s retirement post, shocked fans and they started requesting the 32 year old not to compose tweet like that in future.
Jadeja who is fondly called as “Jaddu” and “Sir Ravindra Jadeja”, wrote “As a kid it was my dream to play for our amazing country and 12 years later since my International debut, it still feels like it was just yesterday. Playing for India is a feeling that cannot be described in words and there is no bigger honour. Thank you for all the love” in his tweet by uploading a 24 seconds long slide show of his pictures.
Check out his tweet below :
As a kid it was my dream to play for our amazing country and 12 years later since my International debut, it still feels like it was just yesterday.— Ravindrasinh jadeja (@imjadeja) February 8, 2021
Playing for India is a feeling that cannot be described in words and there is no bigger honour.
Thank you for all the love ❤️ pic.twitter.com/YQd1RrpnVN
Ravindra Jadeja is one of the most prominent all rounders of Indian cricket team. His fight in the semi finals of 2019’s world cup gained him a massive respect and the cricketer is having a good time since then. Being the only cricketer to be called as “Sir” by the netizens, is very much busy in online platforms, especially in Instagram and Twitter. He enjoys a huge fan following in the social media platforms.
Now, on seeing the latest tweet from him, Fans who are expecting him to play cricket for at least 5 more years, asked him not to tweet in such way. “Posted very close to 19:29 also” said a follower referring to the social media post of Mahendra Singh Dhoni regarding his retirement whereas another one said “Mini Heart attack bro… Don’t do tweet like this”
Check out some of their reactions below :
Posted very close to 19:29 also— absy (@absycric) February 8, 2021
Mini Heart attack bro… Don't do tweet like this bhai dar laga retirement ka world need allrounder like you to boss the cricket yard😈— GOHIL PRATIPALSINH (@pygohil_007) February 8, 2021
2 sec silents for who thinking jadeja retirement 😂— A L L U S A I 🅰️🅰️⚡ (@sai_raina_) February 8, 2021
He didn't retire— Siva Swarna (@SivaSwarna3) February 8, 2021
For One Time I Got Shocked. 🤒— Chetan Dixit (@ChetanCREATES) February 8, 2021
But It's Not "Pal Do Pal 2.0"😅
Many fans expressed their wish of seeing him in the ongoing test series as well. Jaddu made his ODI debut against Sri Lanka on 8 February 2009 and scored an unbeaten 60 off 77 balls in that match. However, his Test debut came almost four years later, on 13 December 2012, against England at Nagpur. He is also one of the main names in IPL franchise Chennai Super Kings.