India vs England: “…Anderson Realised That After 2014”: Ravindra Jadeja’s Dig At England Pacer’s Comment

India vs England: “…Anderson Realised That After 2014”: Ravindra Jadeja’s Dig At England Pacer’s Comment

Left-handed batsman Ravinder Jadeja His best performance in the first innings of the ongoing Edgbaston Test against England was when he played an innings of 104 runs to help India score 416 runs on the board. India was struggling at 98/5 and Jadeja was with them at the time. رشبھ پنت 222 for the sixth wicket. Speaking to reporters after the stumps the next day, Jadeja spoke about his mindset during the innings and reacted to it. James AndersonCommenting on where the England fast bowler had said that Jadeja now thinks like a suitable batsman.

Speaking to reporters after the stumps the other day at a press conference, Anderson said: “In the past he was coming at 8, batting with the tail so he had to give his arm a little chance, while Now he can bat at 7. Like a proper batsman. He comes out really well and makes it difficult for us. “

Asked at a press conference on Saturday about his comments, Jadeja said: “Look, when you score runs, everyone says he considers himself a good batsman. But I always “I’ve tried to give myself time on the crease. To partner with anyone on the crease, to play with it. It’s good that Anderson has realized that since 2014.”

It is noteworthy that during the 2014 Trent Bridge Test, Jadeja and Anderson had a quarrel inside the pavilion and then a complaint was lodged against Anderson by the Indian administration. According to a report by ESPNcricinfo, the Indian camp claimed that Anderson had pushed Jadeja without a fight and eventually the ICC had accused the England fast bowler of Level 3.

Elaborating on his push in the ongoing Test, Jadeja said: “In England you play close to the body. There is a ball swing so if you are seen playing core- or square-drive there is a chance that You can get to the edge of it. My focus at the beginning was not to play too many balls outside the off stump. I just wanted to hit the ball that was really close to me and hit it straight. Fortunately, I The balls he picked were in my area and turned them into boundaries. If you know where your off stump is, you can drop the balls out of that line. “


When asked about Pant’s knock, Jadeja said: “A little bit of pressure goes away because he’s hitting every bowler like that. He wasn’t leaving anyone alone. At the end of the non-striker, it’s good. Looks like they don’t pay attention anymore. But as a batsman you still have to come to England and focus because it’s never easy here. You’re playing at 50 or 70 and you’re good at any time. Rishbh and I were talking about it. That we tried and formed a long partnership. “

England’s score on the second day’s stumps was 84/5 and they are still 332 runs behind. Johnny Barstow (12 *) and Ben Stokes (0 *) on the crease. India had earlier scored 416 after centuries by Pant and Jadeja, with Anderson taking five wickets for England.

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