Indian cricket team all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja who has been now rested for two successive limited over series against Sri Lanka and Australia has suddenly as per his fans turned a property dealer as he has been rested too much and had to do something to pass his time. The attacking leg-spinner who used to be India’s leader of the spin pack has not featured in an international game for quite some time now.
Ravindra Jadeja, however, is trending on social media for his latest post on Facebook which appears to be a property advertisement, where the cricketer is seeking for a suitable customer to accommodate his ‘Kuber Avenue.’ “Kuber avenue, Jamnagar 1st floor available for lease/rent, 6040sq carpet,” the post has been captioned on Jadeja’s official facebook handle.
Here is the Facebook post:
Kuber avenue”Jamnagar 1st floor available for lease/rent 6040sq carpet.
It certainly looks fishy and could be a case of hacking as well but it certainly didn’t stop the fans from taking a dig at the cricketer who hasn’t enjoyed a good phase outside the Indian squad.
Cricketer to property dealer? wrote a Facebook user, have you started this new business of property dealing now, said another.
Many also criticised him for getting Hardik Pandya run out in the ICC Champions Trophy, 2017 final against Pakistan and said the incident was the reason why he was left out of the Indian squad against Australia.
However, there came support from a lot of fans who commented that it was his property and he is the one who will decide whether to rent it or not. Some also said that the all-rounder will soon make a comeback into the Indian side.
India are done with the Australia series, having won the 5—match ODI series 4-1 and levelling the T20 series 1-1 after the third and final encounter at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Hyderabad was called off as the outfield was wet and not fit to be played on. Jadeja’s return to the team looks difficult after spectacular performances from two wrist spinners Kuldeep Yadav and Yuzvendra Chahal who managed to keep the Aussies at bay in the limited over format. India will next play New Zealand in a 3-match ODI series which begins on October 22.