N Jagadeesan reacts after being dismissed in the opening match of the TNPL season.Twitter
The 2022 season of Tamil Nadu Premier League started dramatically as the first match proved to be thrilling which was decided in the Super Over. But there was plenty of drama in other cases as well Baba Aparajit Running out of bowling, running out to non-striker N Jagdison at the end and the opening batsman responded with a salute with one finger. In the fourth over of the Chepak Super Glaze chase against the Nilai Royal Kings, Jagdisan was caught by Baba Aparajith, who went for the ‘Munkad’. As a frustrated Jagdison returned to the dugout, he turned back to the bowlers and raised his middle finger.
But Jagdisan was not done. After taking off his gloves, he again made obscene gestures.
See: Ann Jagdison gets munched, responds with her middle finger.
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Defender of cricket rules, Marylebone Cricket Club recently re-classified the controversial run-out as an “unfair game” under Rule 41 and added it to Rule 38, which deals with legal run-outs.
Jagdison had scored 25 runs in 15 overs before being dismissed.
Earlier, the Blue Royal Kings had scored 184/4. Sanjay Yadav87 off 47 balls and opener Lakshmisha Surya Prakash 62 off 50 balls.
In reply, Jagdisan’s opening partner scored 64 off 42 balls but the team was still in trouble.
However, S Harish Kumar leveled the score with two fours and a six in the last over and took the match to the super over.
On the last ball of his super over, the Super Glaciers scored 9 runs from Jagdison’s six. But the Royal Kings chased him in five balls to win the opening match.
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