IND vs NZ: Ravindra Jadeja again showed amazing with the bat
If the ball is in hand, they take out the wicket and if the bat is held, then they score runs. This is the specialty of Ravindra Jadeja which makes him the top all-rounder of world cricket in the current era. Ravindra Jadeja has once again shown the wonder of his bat. On the difficult pitch of the Kanpur Test, Jadeja scored an unbeaten 50 on the first day and made a century partnership for the fifth wicket with Shreyas Iyer to save Team India with difficulty.
Ravindra Jadeja, who once made a place in Team India’s playing XI as a bowling all-rounder, has now become a batting all-rounder. Such is the threat of Jadeja’s batting that now even Virat Kohli has left behind him. If you look at Jadeja’s batting statistics, you will find that this player is at number two in terms of the best Test average for India since the year 2019.
Virat, Pant behind Jadeja in batting!
Ravindra Jadeja has done amazing batting in the last three years. If his Test performance from the year 2019 is seen, then Jaddu’s batting average is 43.94. Rohit Sharma is at the top in terms of average, he is scoring runs at an average of 58.48. At the same time, the average of Virat Kohli is only 39.16. Rishabh Pant is also behind Jadeja and he is scoring runs at an average of 40.48.
An average of over 86 at home!
In India, Jadeja’s bat makes it rain more runs. Jadeja has scored half-centuries in four of the last five home Test innings. Jadeja has scored 91, 51, 60, 12 and now 50. Jadeja’s bat has not scored a century, but it is expected that this task will also be completed in Kanpur. Jadeja averages 86.80 in domestic Test matches since 2018. If we talk about the last five years, Jadeja is the only player who has scored more than 1500 runs as well as taken 150 Test wickets. Jadeja was a great bowler and fielder but the way he has proved himself as a batsman is really amazing.