Photo: Ravindra Jadeja has a new look for ICC Champions Trophy

So, now he has revealed his new look for the upcoming ICC Champions Trophy, where India will start their defense of the title in England

Ravindra Jadeja is at it again, well the Rajput-boy has a new hairdo especially for the ICC Champions Trophy. Ravindra Jadeja is not new to styling himself up. He had sported a beard look during the Border-Gavaskar trophy. Then came the Indian Premier League, where he stepped it up further and chopped of all his beard, which caught the attention of Royal Challengers Bangalore captain Virat Kohli, who could not stop himself from bursting out in a laughter. Ravindra Jadeja has been in phenomenal form with the ball, he also climbed to the numero uno spot in the ratings during the Indian Test season. So, it could be that the beard worked in his favour. In the IPL, he plays for Gujarat Lions and they finished second last in the points table and he missed out on a few matches and then when he played he was expensive with the ball. So can he not blame it on the cut? I personally feel no, well some may disagree.

So, now he has revealed his new look for the upcoming ICC Champions Trophy, where India will start their defense of the title in England. Ravindra Jadeja took to Twitter to give the world the first glimpse of his new hairdo.

Ravindrasinh Jadeja is quite popular for his antics on the field, like the talwarbazi after reaching a milestone. The allrounder will play a massive role when India start the tournament as the defending champions.

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