Ravindra Jadeja Gives Credit Of His Success To MS Dhoni After Playing 66-Run Knock Against Australia in 3rd ODI

Ravindra Jadeja Gives Credit Of His Success To MS Dhoni After Playing 66-Run Knock Against Australia in 3rd ODI

Ravindra Jadeja, the talented Indian all-rounder has given credits to MS Dhoni for his success as a batsman. The southpaw smashed 66 runs off 55 balls and helped his side in posting a respectable total on the scoreboard. Jadeja came to bat in the 3rd ODI when India was struggling at a score of 152/5 in 32 overs. And, he successfully managed to rescue his team stitching a brilliant stand of 150 runs with Hardik Pandya.

In 3rd ODI, Men in Blue registered a brilliant victory by a margin of 13 runs. Mighty Australia failed to chase down a target of 302 runs in stipulated 50 overs. Aaron Finch finished as the top scorer with 75 runs. Meanwhile, from Team India Virat Kohli, Hardik Pandya and Ravindra Jadeja were the players, who scored important fifties for their team.

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Ravindra Jadeja Gives Credit To MS Dhoni

Post-match Ravindra Jadeja stated that he has learn’t a lot playing alongside former Indian skipper MS Dhoni. He asserted that Dhoni used to advise him to take the game to the final overs to score more runs. And, he acquired the same approach in the match. In the last 10 overs, Team Indian managed 110 runs and successfully managed to post a total of 302 runs.

“Absolutely, Mahi Bhai has played for such a long time for India and Chennai and he has a set pattern that he tries to build a partnership with whichever batsman is playing and once he gets set, he looks to play the big shots,” Jadeja was quoted as saying during a post-match interview with the Sony Sports network.

“So, in my opinion, looking at him batting so many times in such situations and I have played with him as well. He tells me that if we take the match to the end, then a lot of runs can come in the last four to five overs,” he stated.

“So, it was the same situation today and that is what we tried, Hardik and I were talking that we can take a chance in the last five overs as one side was short, so that was the plan,” he added.

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I am Jasvinder Singh, a content specialist editor at Kheltalk, who is a sports enthusiast. I try to cover every cricket game being played on the planet. For me, sports is not limited to just writing but also playing it on the field as well.
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