The Suresh Raina saga seems never-ending as the speculations continue to rife over his pull-out. Incidentally, the veteran Chennai Super Kings cricketers pulled out of IPL 2020 owing to personal reasons which have garnered a lot of reaction. Recently, Jofra Archer’s tweet has gone viral after Raina pulls out of IPL 2020.
After reports of COVID-19 fear surfaced on social media, speculations over a rift between Raina and team management has been going around. It is learnt that ever since CSK landed in Dubai on August 21, Suresh Raina was unhappy with the hotel room he was provided. He also found the strict bio-secure bubble claustrophobic and wanted a room like MS Dhoni.
After Raina’s departure, Jofra Archer’s iconic tweet has once again gone viral. Incidentally, old posts of the English fast bowler keeps resurfacing on the internet. Archer had tweeted something back in 2014 in connection to Raina which perfectly suits for the current situation.
Check out Jofra Archer’s tweet which has gone viral after Suresh Raina pulls out from IPL 2020:
Don't run raina
— Jofra Archer (@JofraArcher) April 18, 2014
How raina out?
— Jofra Archer (@JofraArcher) September 27, 2014
Meanwhile, after pulling out of IPL 2020, Suresh Raina has finally reacted as he spoke his mind on microblogging site Twitter. The veteran cricketer recently suffered a personal loss with his uncle’s death in Pathankot. Raina took to Twitter to demand justice from his the Chief Minister of Punjab, Capt. Amrinder Singh.
According to the policemen, three to four members of the infamous “Kale Kachhewala” gang had come intending to steal, attacked Ashok Kumar and his family members at their residence in Thariyal village near Madhopur of Pathankot. During the time of the mugging, they were sleeping on the terrace of their house.
Till date we don’t know what exactly had happened that night & who did this. I request @PunjabPoliceInd to look into this matter. We at least deserve to know who did this heinous act to them. Those criminals should not be spared to commit more crimes. @capt_amarinder @CMOPb
— Suresh Raina🇮🇳 (@ImRaina) September 1, 2020
Meanwhile, Chennai Super Kings received a boost after all their cricketers and members tested COVID-19 negative. They are likely to resume training soon to gear up for IPL 2020 commencing from September 19.