New Delhi: Current Head Coach of the Indian Cricket Team Ravi Shastri (Ravi Shastri) has paid tributes to former all-rounder Rajendra Singh Jadeja (Rajendrasingh Jadeja). Former Saurashtra cricketer and Indian Board of Control (BCCI) referee Rajendra Singh Jadeja passed away last Sunday due to corona virus. He was 66 years old.
Jadeja was one of the most brilliant swing bowling all-rounders in domestic cricket. Jadeja played professional cricket from 1974 to 1987 and made a splash with his performance on a 22-yard pitch. Ravi Shastri condoled jadeja's demise and said he lost his trust. Paying tribute to Rajendra Singh Jadeja on social media, Indian cricket team head coach Ravi Shastri wrote, "It is very sad to know the departure of Nirlos Mumbai and West Zone partner and friend Raju Jadeja who has been in friends for so many years".
Ravi Shastri wrote that he was a real gentleman. May God bless his soul. Jadeja led the South's fast bowling attack for a decade. He also played corporate cricket for Bombay. He also got an opportunity to play for the west zone in the Dileep Trophy.
Really sad to lose a colleague from Nirlons Mumbai and West Zone and a friend for many years, Raju Jadeja due to COVID complications. A gentleman to the core. May his soul rest in peace... Om Shanti ????????? Ravi Shastri (@RaviShastriOfc)