New Delhi. It is the wish of every parent that the children illuminate his name. Team India’s young batsman Yashasvi Jaiswal went to the West Indies and scored a century in his very first international match. Now everyone’s eyes are on whether he can score a double century in his first Test or not. Till now no Indian batsman has been able to do this. 21-year-old Yashasvi is playing after scoring 143 runs. At the end of the second day’s play, Team India has scored 312 runs for 2 wickets in the first innings. He has got a huge lead of 162 runs. The West Indies team was reduced to scoring only 150 runs in the first innings.
A video of Yashasvi Jaiswal’s father is going viral. In this, he is expressing his desire to reach his son’s double century. Yashasvi’s father, who went on the Kanwar Yatra, said that there is happiness in the whole family. Bhadohi district is happy. I want my son to score a double century and bring laurels to UP. He said that I will ask for this vow in Baba Dham that his double century should be completed. May his hard work be successful.
story full of struggle
Yashasvi Jaiswal came to Mumbai at an early age. He struggled a lot to play cricket. They had to sell even Gol Gappa. After being evicted from the house, he had to live in a tent. He used to play throughout the day and fill his stomach by cooking food himself at night. After making the team the champion in the Under-19 World Cup, Yashasvi caught everyone’s attention on the basis of his excellent performance in Ranji Trophy, Duleep Trophy, Irani and IPL. That is why he got a chance in Team India and proved the decision of the selectors right.
Yashasvi Jaiswal has got a place in Team India for the 5-match T20 series against the West Indies. They would like to do well here as well. Talking about IPL 2013, he hit a half-century in just 13 balls. He is the player to score a half-century on the lowest ball in the history of IPL. He also played a century innings. Many veterans are calling him the future superstar.
FIRST PUBLISHED : July 14, 2023, 13:41 IST