The Indian all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja once again proved his class in the Test format as he scored yet another half-century of his career. Jadeja helped India to maintain its dominance in the 1st Test match against Bangladesh as he came out to bat.
The left-handed batsman scored 60 off just 76 balls including 6 boundaries and 2 maximums. His batting classics took India to a massive total of 493 for 6 in the first innings.
Jadeja only bowled 3 overs in the 1st innings as Bangladesh was bowled out cheaply for 150 runs. Jadeja has been in prolific Test form in the recent past. He had a great outing in the Test series against South Africa at home where he scored 2 half-centuries in 3 innings. His bowling form has also been a treat to watch. The 30-year old has strengthen his position in the India’s Test side and the men in blue rely on him to deliver throughout the ICC Test Championship.