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Ravindra Jadeja skips celebration after dismissing Virat Kohli in Pune

Ravindra Jadeja skips celebration after dismissing Virat Kohli in Pune

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 05 May 2018, 09:11 pm

Pune, May 5 (IBNS): Indian spinner Ravindra Jadeja may have defeated Virat Kohli with a beautiful delivery that dislodged the stumps on Saturday, but the former preferred not to celebrate the wicket of his national team skipper in a sporting encounter in the Indian Premier League (IPL).

Royal Challengers Bangalore captain Kohli, who struggled to bat against Chennai Super Kings, was dismissed by Jadeja after scoring eight runs from 11 balls.

The expressions of both the Indian cricketers have been shared in the official Twitter handle of IPL.

The caption of the picture reads, "No celebrations from Jadeja here as he gets the crucial wicket of the #RCB Skipper."

A superb bowling by spinners and an aggressive knock by Mahendra Singh Dhoni powered Chennai Super Kings to beat Royal Challengers Bangalore by six wickets in a southern derby.

In reply to Bangalore's 127/9 in 20 overs, Chennai scored 128/4 in 18 overs.

Jadeja had a terrific bowling figure for Chennai as he picked three wickets for 18 runs in four overs.

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