On an impressive comeback trail with 21 wickets, Ravindra Jadeja admitted that he’s “lucky that a lot of things fell in place” which helped him produce an impressive performance against South Africa in the ongoing Test series. Asked if the timing of his Ranji Trophy exploits (34 wickets in 3 matches) and subsequent Test performance might bring him back in contention for the limited overs format, Jadeja sounded positive. “Yes, you can say that. When I was dropped from the team, I think in June-July, I was out for nearly six months. At the start of the Ranji Trophy seasons, I got three matches in Rajkot and luck also favoured us with the wickets offering turn,” Jadeja, who returned with figures of 5/30 in South Africa’s meager first innings score of 121 in the fourth and final Test, said, reports PTI. FULL CRICKET SCORECARD: India vs South Africa 2015, 4th Test at Delhi

“No doubt, I worked hard at the ground but a lot of things were timed to perfection. Ranji Trophy started with SA series being round the corner. So it all fell in place for me,” Jadeja said. He expressed happiness that no one can term the Feroz Shah Kotla track as a turner. “It’s good that everyone is doing well. Now you can’t call this a turner. We are playing two spinners and they are also playing two spinners. Moreover, they are employing four spinners while we are using only two, I don’t think there’s anything special in the wicket,” said Jadeja to PTI. Ravindra Jadeja: Lucky to have had everything in order in comeback series