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WATCH: Chennai Super Kings player N Jagadeeshan show middle-finger to Baba Aparajith after getting mankaded in TNPL match | Cricket News

WATCH: Chennai Tremendous Kings participant N Jagadeeshan present middle-finger to Baba Aparajith after getting mankaded in TNPL match | Cricket Information

The Tamil Nadu Premier League 2022 opener between Chepauk Tremendous Gilies and Nellai Royal Kings turned out to be an exciting contest with CSG rising victorious however by way of Tremendous Over after the match led to an exciting tie on the Cement Firm Floor, Tirunelveli on Thursday (June 23). The match additionally featured an unpleasant incident between Tamil Nadu first-class gamers N. Jagadeeshan and Baba Aparajith.

Jagadeeshan, who seems for MS Dhoni’s Chennai Tremendous Kings within the Indian Premier League, misplaced his cool after Nellai’s Baba Aparajith dismissed him ‘mankaded’. The CSG opener was going sturdy after smashed a 15-ball 25 however Aparajith ended his innings by way of mankaded – a authorized mode of dismissal as per the MCC Legislation.

Quickly after his dismissal, whereas taking the lengthy stroll again to the pavilion, within the video it’s clearly seen, Jagadeeshan wanting again and protruding his middle-finger in direction of Aparajith. It was surprising from a senior participant like Jagadeeshan and most probably sturdy motion might be taken in opposition to him for the gesture.

Watch N. Jagadeeshan’s dismissal within the TNPL 2022 opener right here…

@Jagadeesan_200 @aparajithbaba senior gamers of tn pic.twitter.com/C9orMqRPL3
— Jayaselvaa (@jayaselvaa1) June 23, 2022

Coming again to the match, batting first Nellai Royal Kings put up 187 runs on the board, because of L Suryaprakash’s 62 off 50 balls and Man of the Match Sanjay Yadav’s blistering knock of 87 off 47 deliveries with six sixes and 5 fours.

In reply, CSG was bolstered by captain Kaushik Gandhi’s 43-ball 64 with two sixes and 7 fours and with essential knocks from Sonu Yadav (34) and S Harish Kumar (26), the Gillies compelled the sport to Tremendous Over.

Within the Tremendous Over, Nellai have been set 10 runs to win which they managed to realize for the lack of one wicket.

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