Indian fast bowler dies in Corona. India is devastated by the outbreak of coronavirus. The variety of deaths as a consequence of corona is consistently growing. It has also affected the country’s stadiums.
In the last few days, several cricketers have lost their relatives in this epidemic. This time, former India all-rounder Rajendra Singh Jadeja lost to Coronavirus. The Saurashtra Cricket Association (SCA) has confirmed his death.
Jadeja played for the state team Saurashtra. At the end of his playing career, Rajendra Jadeja was acting as the match referee. The former cricketer and match referee has been mourned by his club and former teammates.
Former Secretary of Saurashtra Cricket Association Niranjan Shah wrote in a condolence message, ‘Rajendra Jadeja was unique in all aspects of the discipline, policy, cricket knowledge, style. His contribution and sacrifice to cricket will be remembered forever.
Joydev Shah, the current president of the Saurashtra Cricket Association, lamented, “His death has caused irreparable damage to cricket. Rajendra Jadeja was one of the best cricketers I have ever met.
Jadeja originally played as a pace bowler. He has played in 50 first-class and 11 List-A matches. Where he has run over one and a half thousand. He also took 134 wickets in first-class cricket. Cricket has taken 14 wickets in the list.
Since retirement, he has officiated 53 first-class, 18 List-A, and 34 T20 matches as a BCCI match referee.