New Delhi, Online Desk. In Indian cricket these days aggression is being seen a little more among the youth. The amazing thing is that whatever brings positivity is becoming the reason for their infamy. During the Tamil Nadu Premier League, a senior Indian player did something that brought cricket to shame.

The new season of the domestic T20 league Tamil Nadu Premier League started from Thursday 23 June. Here the first match was played between Chepauk Super Giles and Nellai Royal Kings. The match was very exciting and the result was drawn by super over. Batting first, Royal Kings scored 184 for 4 thanks to Sanjay Yadav’s 87 and Suryaprakash’s 62. In reply, Chepauk’s team tied the match making 184 for 7 on the basis of 64 runs from captain Kaushik Gandhi.

Jagdishan’s obscene gesture

Something happened during this match which was not expected. N Jagadeesan, who has played in big tournaments like Indian Premier League, made obscene gestures after being run out by Baba Aparajith. In fact, Jagdishan had left the crease even before the ball was bowled and Baba stopped the bowling and ran him out. Due to such mankading, he got angry. He made a lewd gesture by showing his finger to the bowler.

team won in super over

After the completion of 20-20 overs, the scores of both the teams were equal and the match was tied. In such a situation, the winner was decided through super over. Batting first, Chepauk’s team scored 9 runs. Sandeep Warrier started from wide and Ajitesh took a run in the fifth ball to win the team.

Edited By: Viplove Kumar