CSG’s N Jagadeesan was dismissed by Baba Aparajith in the third over, due to which the batsman lost his temper in anger and repeatedly showed ‘middle finger’ towards the NRK players while going to the pavilion.
The 6th season of Tamil Nadu Premier League (TNPL) has started with the first match played on Thursday. The first match of the tournament was played between defending champions Chennai Super Gillies (CSG) and Nellai Royal Kings (NRK). The first match of the season in TNPL was very dramatic. After a thrilling tie, the winner was decided by Super Over, in which Royal Kings won. NKR achieved the target of 10 runs in the super over with one ball remaining. Earlier, Royal Kings had given a target of 185 runs to CSG. Chasing this, Chennai’s team had reached the need of 5 runs on the last ball. But S Harish Kumar equalized the score of both the teams by hitting a four off V Athisayaraj Davidson.
The Super Over was not the only dramatic occasion in this match that took place in Tirunelveli last night. During the chase, CSG wicketkeeper-batsman and veteran Tamil Nadu player Narayan Jagadeesan was dismissed by Baba Aparajith in the third over, due to which the batsman lost his cool in anger. Jagadeesan did not like this sudden dismissal after a good start to the batting and while going to the pavilion, he repeatedly showed ‘middle finger’ towards the NRK players.
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N Jagadeesan has represented Tamil Nadu in 26 First Class, 36 List A and 45 T20 matches. Because of this behavior of theirs, action can be taken against them. In IPL, he is a part of Chennai Super Kings (CSK) since 2018 and in the recently concluded season (IPL 2022), he got a chance to play 2 matches for CSK.
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Talking about the match, Royal Kings scored 184/4 in the stipulated 20 overs on the basis of the innings of NRK openers Laxmesh Suryaprakash (62 runs) and Sanjay Yadav (87 not out).
In response, Super Gillies captain Kaushik Gandhi (64 runs) and S Harish Kumar (26 not out off 12 balls) batted strong. But in the last over, he could bring the match to level, due to which the match went into the super over.
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