Ravindra Jadeja completed a special century against KKR, equaled Rohit Sharma theinsiderinsight

CSK vs KKR: In the match against Chennai Super Kings, Kolkata Knight Riders could score only 137 runs in 10 overs. Ravindra Jadeja's bowling played an important role in restricting KKR to a low score. In this match, Jadeja took 3 wickets, but in this match, Jadeja became only the fifth player to complete 100 catches in the history of the Indian Premier League. Jadeja has set this record by taking 3 catches in the match against KKR. Jadeja also took catches of Philip Salt, Shreyas Iyer and Mitchell Starc of Kolkata Knight Riders.

In the history of IPL, only 4 players before Ravindra Jadeja have been able to take 100 or more catches. Jadeja has accomplished this feat in 231 matches. Jadeja has become the fourth Indian and fifth player in the world to take 100 catches in IPL. Before him, Virat Kohli (110), Suresh Raina (109), Kieron Pollard (103) and Rohit Sharma (100) have done this. During the match against KKR, commentator Harsha Bhogle asked Jadeja about this record, in response Jadeja said that he does not count the number of his catches. Let us tell you that Ravindra Jadeja is jointly at the first place in terms of taking most wickets in a single match of IPL. Shikhar Dhawan is also not far behind in terms of taking the most catches, who has taken 98 catches in his IPL career.

Ravindra Jadeja's record in IPL is historic

Ravindra Jadeja has been playing in IPL since 2008 i.e. the first season. So far he has scored 2,776 runs as a batsman in 231 matches. As a bowler, he has taken 156 wickets so far. He is also the first player in the history of IPL to score more than 2000 runs and take more than 150 wickets. Jadeja is the 9th highest wicket taker in the history of the Indian Premier League.

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