The cricketer turned to commentator Aakash Chopra to applaud the Indian all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja’s first test against New Zealand.
Jadeja remained unbeaten with 50 points at the end of Day 1, as India scored 258 points in four wickets after 84 rounds.
Jadeja ran 50 times with 100 balls and established an inseparable partnership with 113 balls Newcomer Shreyas Iyer, Who did not stay at 75.
Ravindra Jadeja The batting transition is about a clear game plan: Aakash Chopra
Jadeja made a brilliant shot in the 82nd game against Kyle Jamieson. He took a good look first and drew a line on the square leg area. He followed close behind, kicking the ball on the back foot, moving towards the coverage area of the continuous border.
Chopra said that the commitment shown by the Indian all-rounder was the main reason for his change in shots.
“Jadeja’s batting transition is all about a clear game plan and a commitment to stick to it for as long as possible. What an incredible added value for white people,” Chopra wrote on Twitter .
Shubman Gill got 52 when returning to test cricket
Earlier in the day, India’s opener Shubmangil scored 52 of 93 goals when he returned to the Indian test team. Gill’s starting partner Mayank Agarwal can add 13 to the team’s total.
Senior batsman Cheteshwar Pujara hit 26 of the 86 balls behind Tim Southee’s bowling goal. Substitute captain Ajinkya Rahane found a little rhythm with 35 of his 63 goals.
New Zealand Pacer Kyle Jamison is the best bowler around him because he grabbed three wickets at the cost of 47 runs.
Senior Indian players such as Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma (for the first test only), Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammed Shami have been rested by BCCI to manage their workload.
After India lost to them in the T20 World Cup, they eliminated the Black Hats 3-0 in the T20I series, which also weakened their chances of reaching the semi-finals.