What remains to be the highlighted about his bowling performances is the way the left arm slow bowler bamboozled Michael Clarke, dismissing him five out of the six times he took to the crease. Taking the wicket of a player with such caliber will only do his confidence a world of good and that has reflected in his bowling performances of late. He has immensely improved as a bowler in such a short span of three Test matches. With it, MS Dhoni can also sit on his couch and pick Jadeja as the fifth bowler. Jadeja, if he comes up with good performance in the final Test match in Delhi, he stands a chance of even bagging the Man of the Series award.
Jadeja coming into form is positive news for Indian cricket. Apart from being a useful bowler, he is a good enough batsman to play according to the situation. He can hit the ball long as well as hold on to his wicket for a longer period of time, if the need arises. This is the demand of an international cricketer, where he needs to adapt according to the situation, respective of the format – T20, Test or an ODI.
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