The real reason for changing the batting order came to light in Sunday’s match against Pakistan in Dubai. In this match, Ravindra Jadeja, who went to bat at No. 4, scored 35 runs in 29 balls with the help of 2×4 and 2×6 and was dismissed in the first ball in the last over. Actually, Ravindra Jadeja bats at No.6 or No.7. But… against Pakistan, the team India management sent him to bat at No.4. Everyone was surprised. But there is a big master plan behind sending Ravindra Jadeja to bat at No.4. It has recently come to light that Jadeja was sent at No.4 to keep Pakistan’s left-arm spinner Mohammad Nawaz from bowling in successive overs. Mohammad Nawaz, who bowled the 8th over of the innings, dismissed Indian captain Rohit Sharma on the last ball. Then in the 10th over, Nawaz came back to bowl and dismissed Virat Kohli on the first ball. In this background.. Realizing that the right-handed batsmen Suryakumar Yadav, Hardik Pandya and Dinesh Karthik are going to be in danger with him, the Team India management sent Ravindra Jadeja forward in the batting order. It also advised Jadeja to counter attack him. In the over where Kohli was dismissed, Jadeja went outside the crease and hit Nawaz for a huge six. Then in the 12th over, when he came back to bowl, Jadeja once again played a big shot and hit a boundary. With that.. Pakistan also fell into self-defense. She decided not to bowl with Jadeja as long as he was there. This is where Pakistan fell into India’s trap. Mohammad Nawaz’s remaining fourth over was not bowled and Pakistan kept pushing back. Captain Rohit Sharma made sure that Pakistan fell into a trap. In the middle of the match, Rishabh Pant, who was a drink boy, sent a message to Ravindra Jadeja to stay at the crease till the last over. So.. Pakistan could not bowl with Nawaz till the last over. He bowled Jadeja on the first ball of the last over. But.. the damage was already done. Jadeja got out when India needed 7 runs in 6 balls, then Hardik Pandya hit a six off the fourth ball to end the match. With left-handed batsman Ravindra Jadeja at the crease, Pakistan team could not dare to bowl with Mohammad Nawaz in the middle overs. She pushed him back and took him to the last over. “Pakistan had to pay a heavy price for that mistake,” said former Pakistani cricketer Mickey Arthur.