New Zealand vs India: Ravindra Jadeja urges team not to panic

Indian allrounder Ravindra Jadeja feels the team needs curb the 'little errors' ahead of the fifth and final ODI to register their first win of the series.

updated: January 30, 2014 14:16 IST
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Wellington: Eyeing a consolation win in the fifth and final one-dayer, Indian all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja said on Thursday that his teammates need to avoid panicking to curb the "little errors" that have cost them the series against New Zealand. (Simon Doull slams 'rigid' India's selection policy)

"It is just that we panic a bit and we have to reduce that percentage, those little errors. I don't think there is any major problem as to why we are not clicking in batting and bowling," said Jadeja, defending his teammates ahead of the fifth ODI in Wellington on Friday.

"We just need to avoid panicking and we can get positive results." (Ross Taylor reveals NZ tactic of not giving away wickets to Indian spinners)

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