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IPL 2022: ‘Looks like a fish without water’, Ravi Shastri made a big statement on Jadeja’s captaincy

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Ravi Shastri On Ravindra Jadeja: At the beginning of IPL 15, Chennai Super Kings made Ravindra Jadeja the captain of the team. However, the team could not do much under his captaincy. Because of which he left the captaincy post to focus on his game. After which Mahendra Singh Dhoni has once again become the captain of Chennai Super Kings. On the other hand, Ravi Shastri, the former head coach of the Indian cricket team, believes that Ravindra Jadeja is not a ‘natural captain’. Talking about Jadeja, he said that he looked like a captain, like a fish without water.

It’s not Jadeja’s fault

Talking to Cricinfo, Ravi Shastri said that Jadeja is not a ‘natural captain’. He has never captained at any level. Because of this, I think the decision to give the captaincy to Jadeja was difficult. People can judge him, but it’s not his fault. He has never captained. He was seen during the match like a fish without water. He is much better than that as a player. If you talk about all-rounders at this time, then Jadeja’s name will also be there. Talking further, Shastri said that CSK had to bear the loss of giving the captaincy to Jadeja by losing a few matches. Jadeja as a player is much better than this.

Left the captaincy to focus on the game

Jadeja left the captaincy of the team after the continuous defeat to Chennai. After which he had said that his game was being affected due to captaincy. Because of this, he has left the captaincy to focus on his game. After leaving his captaincy, Dhoni is taking over the command of the team.

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