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What were Sir Jadeja's final two balls in the IPL Final thinking? exhibited himself

Jadeja Sir… The name alone is sufficient. It will be remembered for years how this talented all-around player helped Chennai Super Kings (CSK) win on the last two balls in the IPL 2023 championship game. Jadeja smashed a six and a four off two balls to win the championship. Due to rain, Chennai was given a goal of 171 runs in 15 overs after Gujarat Titans (GT) scored 214 for 4 in 20 overs.
It feels amazing to win the fifth championship in front of my home audience, Ravindra Jadeja remarked after guiding CSK to a historic victory. The way CSK supporters came and helped us was amazing. He waited for the rain to stop until late at night. The supporters in Chennai are amazing. I wish to thank CSK supporters. I dedicate this victory to MS Dhoni, a great member of my squad.
Just three of the 13 runs that CSK needed to win in the last over came from the first four balls. In this case, Ravindra Jadeja was in front of Mohit Sharma and 10 runs were required to win on the last two balls. Before the final over, Jadeja was questioned on his thoughts. “I was simply considering how, no matter what, I had to spin the bat quickly. Anything might have occurred in the last two balls, when we needed to score 10 runs. Knowing that Mohit Sharma can throw a slow ball, all I wanted to do was hit straight. I want to congratulate every single CSK supporter. Keep encouraging us in this manner, and we'll keep working hard and earning awards.

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