Ravindra Jadeja’s awkward conversation with Sarah Taylor goes viral on the internet


Ravindra Jadeja’s awkward conversation with Sarah Taylor goes viral on the internet.

It is no secret that Ravindra Jadeja is the original three-dimensional player in the world of cricket. The all-rounder can bat well, he fields like the left-handed version of Jonty Rhodes and he also bowls his overs quickly giving the opposition batsmen no chance of understanding his deliveries.

His unique talent has kept him in the team despite the rise and emergence of Yuzvendra Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav. Ravichandran Ashwin has lost his place in the Indian limited overs team and it seemed like even Jadeja would be shown the door soon however, the royal cricketer has further cemented his place in the team.


When players like Krunal Pandya and Axar Patel possessing the same style of play as Jadeja, his spot was under danger. His consistent performances made him a big name and limited the others to playing in the IPL. Given how a big star he is on the cricket field, he has a massive fan following.

This following is not only limited to cricket world but Jadeja has a host of fans on social media as well. Despite having millions of followers, it looks like he did not have perfect knowledge of using Twitter in the year 2014. An incident happened during the T20 World Cup 2014 which shocked the fans.

This thing happened after India’s defeat in the final of the tournament where Sri Lanka beat MS Dhoni and co. In the same way, England Women’s team also lost their final match. The female players of foreign nations have always idolized Indian stars because of their terrific technique of playing.


One of the English women’s cricketers named Sarah Taylor shared a good rapport with the fellow players and Ravindra Jadeja was one of them. The Saurashtra-born player did not follow her on Twitter but he chatted with him on the micro-blogging site. His late night chat went viral with Taylor where the England player was replying via tweets.

Both started with discussion of their respective losses and ended up meeting at the pool 10 AM on the next day.