Senior all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja says that it is unfair to judge the current Indian team on the basis of one or two defeats after consistent good performances at home and abroad in the last three years.

Jadeja, who was adjudged ‘Player of the Match’ for his 3/15 against Scotland, was asked in the context of his skipper Virat Kohli’s assertion that the team wasn’t “brave enough” against New Zealand during their second game which they lost by eight wickets.

“If you look at it that way, then in last two to three years, we have played some really good cricket, whether it’s in India or overseas. So it’s not fair to judge us on basis of one or two games,” Jadeja said after India’s 8-wicket win over Scotland.

“In T20 cricket, any team can have an odd bad game or two but you can’t think too much about those defeats. You have to move on and think about the opportunities ahead. We will take the positives from those two games and look to play well in future games,” he added.

He admitted that in the ongoing T20 World Cup, dew has become a game-changer and often the same team that looks disoriented while batting in the first innings…

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