VIDEO: Ambati Rayudu lost his cool in the live match, tu-tu main-main with the batsman over small talk!

Indore: Indian team batsman Ambati Rayudu is always in the discussion about his anger. Apart from the opposition players on the cricket field, he has also fought with his fellow players. A few years back, he had a scuffle with an elderly man on the road. Rayudu is currently playing in the domestic T20 tournament Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy. He is captaining the Baroda team in the tournament. They once again clashed on the field.

Rayudu clashes with Sheldon Jackson

Ambati Rayudu clashed with Saurashtra’s wicket-keeper batsman Sheldon Jackson. The umpires and the players had to intervene to end the fight, but Rayudu continued to argue with the umpires even after Sheldon returned to the crease. According to the commentator, the fight started when Rayudu expressed displeasure over Jackson taking the time to prepare to face the delivery.

This incident happened in the 9th over. Ambati Rayudu was fielding at mid wicket. Rayudu said something and started moving towards Sheldon Jackson. Both the players were moving towards each other. But the umpire and other players came in the middle and separated the two. After that the match could start.

what happened in the match

Saurashtra won the match by 4 wickets with the help of 97 runs in 52 balls from Samarth Vyas. Baroda scored 175 runs for four wickets. Vyas’s innings included nine sixes and five fours. Saurashtra needed 96 runs in the last eight overs to win and the 26-year-old played a fine game. Earlier, Mitesh Patel and Vishnu Solanki scored brilliant half-centuries to help Baroda post a challenging 175 for four. Bhanu Pania scored an unbeaten 26 and Krunal Pandya scored an unbeaten 17 off 15 balls.

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