Ravindra Jadeja says credit for flooring the Australians in Chennai Test on goes entire Team India
"There is turn in the wicket, everyone knows that, everyone can see that. But sometimes, there's more turn than usual, which you don't really need. Mainly, we'll have to bowl in the right areas."
Asked how he would be like to known, a batting or bowling all-rounder, Jadeja said he does not care much about the tag and just want to score runs and take wickets.
"As you said, I had two triple centuries in the Ranji season, and obviously for my state team I bat at No. 4 for six years. I came into the Ranji Trophy team as a batsman. I don't think about what I should consider myself. I only think that I
should play for India, and score runs and take wickets. If I do only one of the two, my image of an all-rounder won't be there. So I have to make improvements in both departments," he said.
Talking about his batting and dismissal, Jadeja said since he was not getting runs, desperation was there.
"Every time you play for India, pressure is there. I played 45 balls, I was set, so there was that time of 15-20 minutes, I should have got runs more easily. But was a bit nervous, because the shots I was playing, I was not getting the runs- So at that time, I left that ball and it hit the stumps. I should have played more carefully at that
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