Indian Pulse Media

The tone of Day 5 of the IND versus WI 2nd Test was summed perfectly by Ravindra Jadeja’s yawning

<p>Rain ruined the second and final Test between India and the West Indies on the last day of the match, resulting in a draw. The players of the two teams waited in the changing rooms without bowling a single ball, hoping that the weather would clear up.</p>
<p>The only option left to the cricketers was to wait and unwind while sitting in the changing room.</p>
<p>On social media, a screengrab of Indian all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja speaking on the phone has gone viral.</p>
<p>Jadeja was on the phone, yawning and fidgeting with a shoe in his hands.<img decoding=”async” loading=”lazy” class=”alignnone wp-image-94599″ src=”” alt=”” width=”975″ height=”730″ srcset=” 259w,×112.jpg 150w” sizes=”(max-width: 975px) 100vw, 975px” /></p>
<p>The exact moment encapsulated the whole day.</p>
<p>At the conclusion of Day 4, West Indies were 76 for 2 in their fourth innings, and India needed 8 wickets on Day 5 to win the match.</p>
<p>Jadeja and Ravichandran Ashwin, two elite spinners, together with the outstanding Mohammed Siraj, gave India hope that they might bowl the hosts out.</p>
<p>India would have been unhappy in the outcome after four days of excellent play, which included two fifty-plus scores from skipper Rohit Sharma, a century in his 500th game, a five-wicket haul from Siraj, and twin fifties from the latter.</p>
<p>After the washout, the game was a draw, but India won the series 1-0 since they won the first Test in Dominica.</p>
<p>Siraj’s outstanding bowling performance in the first innings earned him the title of match MVP. In 23.4 overs, Siraj claimed 5 wickets for 60 runs.</p>
<p>Right-arm pacer received his first such award in Tests with this effort.</p>
<p>Jasprit Bumrah was hurt and Mohammed Shami was on rest, so Siraj assumed control of the speed assault and did an amazing job.</p>
<p>India will now prepare for a three-game One-Day International series against the West Indies, which is scheduled to begin on Thursday.</p>
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