Ravindra Jadeja has been dropped from the Indian team for the last two ODIs between India and Australia. He was replaced by Akshar Patel.
The all-rounder who was supposed to be the first choice in this series didn't even get a place in the intial squad, he was called in to replace injured Akshar.
Rightly so, as the two young spinners, Yuzvendra Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav bamboozled the Aussies with their spin and made Indian team ignore Ravindra Jadeja. The left-arm off spinner must be feeling like Splendor Plus after Bajaj Pulsar became everyone's first choice.
Jadeja doesn't seem to return in the side for next few months as India would play limited over cricket only, until a Test series against Sri Lanka (SL) in December. SL will be touring India to repeat the famous lines from movie 3 Idiots, "Jahapana Tussi Great ho Tohfa Qubool Karo".
A hopeless Jadeja has asked for help from India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He wants him to launch a "Rozgar Yojana" for cricketers too.
He said, "I want PM Modi Ji to find a solution for the cricketers who are not picked for in the Indian squad. IPL isn't enough, if you think we generate enough money from the tournament then you are fooling yourself. More than half of my money is expensed in bodyguard, just in case I need protection after the Champions Trophy final."
Jadeja gave some shocking statements about discarded cricketers, who are struggling to make money after being ruled out from the Indian team.
"Some cricketers have stopped doing Yoga and boycotting Baba Ramdev so that they get grey hairs as soon as possible. They want to pretend like 60 years olds for old age pension. I really feel bad for Parthiv Patel, who too is trying to look old," Jadeja said.
Poor guy didn't get any help from Prime Minister, as Modi refused to launch any such scheme. He said, "We already have skill India, Jadeja can showcase his sword skills to earn money. I am not going to launch any scheme, as even Bobby Deol and Abhishek Bachchan would start asking for money as they have played Celebrity Premier League and consider themselves as cricketers."
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