"Yesterday, I could see the batsmen working hard for every run and did not look settled with the conditions changing frequently," said Jadhav, ahead of India's second warm-up against Bangladesh tomorrow.
India won the game comfortably with batsmen getting crucial time at the crease amid changing weather conditions.
Leave the good balls and score at every opportunity that you get," he said.
Jadhav added that he has tightened up his game to counter the conditions.
The two sides took turns to come back from the depths: India from the hopelessness of being four wickets down and needing a further 288 to win, a position from which only one ODI in history had ever been won; and then England from the despair India’s fifth-wicket stand of 200 in 24.3 overs, through sheer bloody mindedness and perseverance from Jake Ball and Ben Stokes.
In the event, though, England’s riposte came too late to overcome the damage wrought between Kohli and Jadhav.
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So the bumper crowd at Pune were left not only with the result they wanted, but a pulsating and widely oscillating route there. At the centre of this area is the 12th century Hiberno-Romanesque Church pictured right.It consists of a Nave and Chancel wth the chancel being a later addition.A new year, a new format, a different captain and confronting a man leading his country for the first time as full-time ODI captain: England had reason to believe that their limited overs tour of India would be less dispiriting than their Test sojourn.And yet, for all these changes, the abiding sense at Pune was of continuity, as Virat Kohli once again showcased his credentials as the best all-format batsman in the world game, and England left perplexed by how their legitimate victory hopes had given way to a comprehensive defeat.