Shastri said India's performance will not be forgotten by the cricket world for a long time to come.
Playing the role of shock absorber, Shatsri makes sure team puts up a fight.
India coach Ravi Shastri said that the team management will have a chat with him about how he feels before taking a call on his availability.
For someone who has 216 Test wickets apart from 1926 runs, Jadeja's restrictive left-arm spin and ability to quickly get through his overs gives respite to the team's fast bowlers.
Shastri lauded the entire team with special praise for resilient debutants Shubman Gill and Mohammed Siraj after the 36 all out nightmare in the opening Test in Adelaide.
Gambhir said the situation could have been handled in a better way by all parties involved.
The chief coach's role becomes more important in a lean patch like the one the Indian team is going through right now in Australia
Both Rohit (left hamstring) and Ishant (side strain) are at the NCA undergoing rehabilitation, but the BCCI is yet to announce when the duo would reach Australia.
Gill is hoping to come out with good performances whenever he gets an opportunity to play in order to cement his place in the team.
India and Australia are slated to lock horns against each other in three ODIs, three T20Is, and four Tests.
Shastri had said Rohit's medical report stated that "he could be in danger of injuring himself again" and advised the 32-year-old not to rush his comeback.
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