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Watch: War of words between Ishant Sharma and Ravindra Jadeja in the second Test

Indian players Ravindra Jadeja and Ishant Sharma spotted with some verbal arguments on the field in the second Test in Perth Stadium.

Jadeja and Ishant invloves in a verbal fight

India lost the second Test against Australia in newly built Perth Stadium in a frustrating manner as the hosts won the game by 147 runs and ensured a come back win for the loss in Adelaide Oval.

It could more disgusting for India as the way lost the game in Perth is very disgraceful compared to their dominant performance in Adelaide Oval to begin the series on a winning note.

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There are more questions raised for Virat Kohli and co after the loss in Perth and they have to find answers for the questions before the Boxing day Test in Melbourne.

One of the biggest comments made on the team is playing without a prime spinner in the squad as the opponent spinner Nathan Lyon grabbed the man of the match. This could be a match losing decision. There was a conflict within a spinner and seamer in the line-up before selection.

But the arguments was seemed to be in the field too within the Indian bowlers. Indian bowlers Ravindra Jadeja and Ishant Sharma spotted with some arguments on the field too.

During the second session on day 4 when Indian bowlers had some back to back wickets, players were taking drinks. During that time Ishant Sharma and Ravindra Jadeja had some talks near the pitch.

As time progresses, the wordings became heated and both of them pointing each other during the argument. The conversation went for serious and teammates came in between them and put a full stop to the heated conversation.

Watch the video here-

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