Yashasvi Jaiswal played an inning of 171 runs
The young opener was named player of the match
Jaiswal blasted in debut test
New Delhi. Indian cricket team captain Rohit Sharma has tied the pool of praise for young opener Yashasvi Jaiswal. Jaiswal played a brilliant inning in the debut test match. Yashasvi played an important role in Team India’s memorable victory in the first Test match of the series against the Windies (IND vs WI). Left hand batsman Yashasvi did a great batting while showing patience in the Windies. Together with Rohit, he helped the team reach a big score by sharing a record partnership for the first wicket. Yashasvi is the future star of Team India.
Yashasvi scored 171 runs in the first innings of the first Test match played at Windsor Park in Dominica. He shared a 229-run partnership with Rohit for the first wicket. After the victory, Rohit said for Yashasvi Jaiswal, ‘He has talent. He has shown it before. He has told in the past that he is ready. He came and batted sensibly. His patience was tested and he did not panic under any circumstances.
‘Enjoy this time’
India defeated the host Windies by an innings and 141 runs in the first Test match. Team India has gone ahead 1-0 in the 2-match series. The second Test match between India and Windies will be played at Queens Park Oval from 20 July. According to Rohit, ‘In the conversation between us and Yashasvi, I just wanted to remind you that you are worthy of this. You have worked hard before, just enjoy your time.
India beat Windies for the 23rd time in Tests
India has defeated the Windies for the 23rd time in a Test match. Team India has won the maximum number of Test matches against Australia. India has so far defeated Australia in 32 Tests while it has won 31 times against England. Yashasvi was adjudged Player of the Match for his brilliant innings. Yashasvi is very proud after winning this title in the debut match. Rohit Sharma decided to open with Yashasvi by sending Shubman Gill at number three in the first Test match against the Windies, which proved to be correct.
FIRST PUBLISHED : July 15, 2023, 09:03 IST