Stating that a bowler always adjusts according to the given conditions, Jadeja said, "If the ball is turning then that is one way of bowling and if there is no turn then it is a different ball game.
"I try to bowl dot balls and bowl in the good areas and mix my deliveries. Vary the pace and at times bowl outside the off-stump," he explained.
Jadeja was the most economical bowler with figures of 4-0-23-1 for the Super Kings here last night against Delhi Daredevils, who ended up posting a competitive 178 for five.
Although he conceded 13 runs in his second over, the left-arm spinner dismissed Murali Vijay when handed the ball again and bowled a miserly second spell.
"After giving away those runs in the second over I was only thinking about not bowling any loose deliveries in my next over. From the end I was bowling it had a shorter boundary," Jadeja said.
"This is T20 cricket and they were going to take their chances. I was thinking of not bowling to their strength. My effort was to try and bowl where the batsman can't hit the big shots and luckily I was able to bowl in right areas."


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