Vaughan praises Jadeja: Michael Vaughan’s newfound love for Indian cricket has taken the world by storm. His analysis of the Indian cricketers is a treat for the Indian fans at times, even though there is considerable friction between him and Indian cricket when England tours India or vice-versa.
Recently, he heaped a boatload of plaudits on one of India’s finest all-rounders, Ravindra Jadeja. He claimed that Jadeja has been absolutely scintillating and has evolved into a complete cricketer that will leave others in the contention behind by a mile.
This is what Vaughan had to say about Jadeja
Vaughan was heard saying that if one would like to harness the complete batting ability of an individual, they would head towards Gayle or Kohli for their batting dynamics. However, if one is in hot pursuit of a complete cricketer, no one will be better than the hard-hitting Indian southpaw.
In an exclusive chat with Cricbuzz, Vaughan cited, “He [Ravindra Jadeja] is outstanding, he’s just got everything. If you are building a T20 cricketer, if you are building a batter, you go for Chris Gayle’s power or Virat Kohli’s finesse. But if you are looking to build a cricketer from scratch, you’ll almost start with Ravindra Jadeja because he offers you everything.”
Jadeja’s complete review and his upcoming assignments
The former English captain highlighted the versatility of the Indian all-rounder as he said that Jadeja can also play a perfect anchor in case of an early batting collapse and at the same time can be a ship-wrecker with the bat as the world is very much aware of his pyrotechnics.
He simply didn’t hold back in praising the dynamic all-rounder of India, as he also underlined how Jadeja is one of the most electrifying fielders of the Indian cricket team. He concluded by saying that by a proverbial mile, Ravindra Jadeja has established himself as a complete and perfect cricketer.
Jadeja will be a part of Chennai’s upcoming fixture against the Punjab Kings that will take place on the 7th of October and will be crucial in determining the shape of the points table.