Not so long ago or perhaps even as I write this, Ravindra Jadeja is an Internet meme, the darling of the social media networks, a source of constant entertainment for the Internet cricket followers, more often than not, a butt of most jokes.
Just before the Delhi Test match, a game he made his own through his performance, his Wikipedia page became the subject of random vandalism by cricket fans, presumably his detractors. It read, “Sir Ravindra Jadeja (edit) is a philanthropist, a Nobel prize winner, a double Laureus sportman of the year and the nearest human to being God. After consistent pleading by the BCCI to save the nation, Jadeja agreed to play as an Indian cricketer. He was Knighted in 2005 due to his one-in-a-million talent, and being the messenger of god.”
But what is undeniable is the fact that he was the find of this series, emerging today as one of the most improved cricketers in Indian cricket. After all, twenty four, that's right, twenty four wickets in a series is no Read More »from The joke's on Jadeja's critics