Ashwin, Jadeja hard to face on turning Indian pitches, says New Zealand Test wicketkeeper BJ Watling
Watling will be resting while many of his teammates will be playing in the Caribbean Premier League and Indian Premier League in the coming weeks.
The rating made Jadeja the second most valuable player of all time in Test cricket according to the analysis, only behind Sri Lankan spin legend Muttiah Muralitharan.
With an MVP rating of 97.3, the 31-year-old Jadeja was also rated as the second most valuable Test player worldwide, behind only Sri Lanka legend Muttiah Muralitharan.
"No one covers the outfield like him. Put him at point or cover, you can get him to field anywhere."
Cricket is currently on hold due to the COVID-19 pandemic which has brought the world to a standstill. Jadeja recently also posted a photo of him after an intense workout session at home.
There is no cricket around the corner, and the acrobatic India all-rounder is farthest away from the greens. But that has not stopped the 31-year old cricketer from working on his fitness.
Hogg has been keeping fans busy with Twitter sessions and asked to pick the best Indian fielder, the Aussie went for Ravindra Jadeja.
In a tweet, Jadeja on Tuesday posted a video of him riding a white horse in full tilt.
After resuming at 90 for six, India's last four could only add a further 34 in the face of a class swing attack from Boult and Tim Southee.
Jadeja took a sensational one-handed airborne catch at deep mid-wicket to end the useful ninth-wicket partnership of 51 runs between Kyle Jamieson (49) and Neil Wagner (21) at the stroke of tea.
The all-rounder has now got most fifty-plus scores for India batting at number 7.
During the 2019 World Cup, Manjrekar had said that he is not a big fan of bits and pieces players like Jadeja.
The flat Barabati wicket had little to offer for the bowlers and the message from his skipper after he got out was clear -- not to do anything silly with 30 needed from 21 balls.
Jadeja exudes a different kind of confidence when he walks in and you feel that something special is coming up.
Rohit Sharma, who hit twin centuries in his debut as Test opener, got 13 of those sixes, the most in a five-day game by a batsman, breaking Wasim Akram's record of 12 for Pakistan.