Ravindra Jadeja bags 'five-for' against hapless Michael Clarke in India vs Australia Mohali Test
In that time, a struggling Clarke — who visibly suffered while running between the wickets — would score 11 runs in 15 balls, including two fours. Enter Jadeja and all that would come to a crashing end.
In his third over of the day, Jadeja got Clarke to face all six balls for the first time. The variations in Jadeja's length and speed had the Australian captain guessing, with a solitary edge — Clarke had tried to work the ball towards midwicket — rolling to the fine-leg fence. Jadeja's next over was a maiden. And then one more. And then, in the 47th over of Australia's innings, it took Jadeja a ball to put Clarke out of his misery.
It was bowled at a gentle pace, full on Clarke's pads. The batsman was late in flicking it. It resulted in a thin edge
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