Ravindra Jadeja has been absolutely tremendous in the field all throughout the 2019 World Cup for India, astonishing everyone with his supreme athletic abilities. Stats also prove he is the undisputed best fielder in the world as he has surpassed all his counterparts in the tournament despite playing just two matches.
The left-arm all-rounder has saved a whopping 41 runs in the tournament for his team, which is 7 runs greater than the next-best New Zealand’s Martin Guptill, who has in fact participated in a lot more games in the World Cup than Jadeja.
Jadeja has been used as a substitute fielder in games not featuring him in the playing XI, which inflates his numbers. In the all-important semi-final clash against New Zealand, he was once again at the top of his game taming the New Zealand team with his direct hits and brilliant grabs. However, his efforts ultimately could not help his side over the line.