Disappointed with the ceaseless precipitation in England, Kedar Jadhav Asks downpours to go to Maharashtra.
The ICC World Cup 2019 has reached somewhat of a stop in the spot of starting point of cricket as the ceaseless showers have accepted command over the challenge and ruin it for everybody from players to specialists and to the fans.
In the past four days, the fanatics of the Cricket World Cup are disillusioned in light of the fact that they are truly absent over some great matches because of the constant deluge in England. The spot is experiencing double the normal precipitation in June itself. English Cities Hampshire, Bristol, and Nottingham are seeing relentless downpours which thus brought about canceling the India versus New Zealand coordinate on 13 June 2019, Thursday.
The energetic devotees of both the groups were despondent to see their players in easygoing garments as opposed to donning their pullovers.
Indian bowling all-rounder, Kedar Jadhav contributed towards the day by leaving the dressing zone and passing on a video message that has been making the rounds via web-based networking media since he posted it.
In the video, the 34-year-old can be watched requesting that the Nottingham deluges move a long way from the city and rather move to his home region of Maharashtra, which is starting at now defying enormous dry conditions with only 7 percent of water left for usage that has impacted the lives of nearby individuals living there.
Jadhav was extolled for his cleverness just as the manner in which that he recalled and felt torment about the skirmishes of his kin the way that he is numerous miles from home.
See what tweeples remarked on Kedar Jadhav’s video.
I find his voice cute and that’s why I laughed. Kinda laugh everytime I listen to him— Saurabh (@Boomrah_) 13 June 2019
Isko CM banao tum log . Kitni chinta hai ise pardesh mein pradesh ki.— Λnkit? (@CricAnkit_7) 13 June 2019
Marathi Bhau Kedar. ?— Mufaddal Vohra (@mufaddal_vohra) 13 June 2019
Since Team India’s third match of the 2019 World Cup has been washed out, everybody’s eyes will be on the atmosphere for Sunday when the Men in Blue will play against the neighboring Sarfaraz Ahmed’s Team Pakistan at the Old Trafford Cricket Ground in Manchester.