Yashasvi Jaiswal said that the moment he reached the three-digit mark was emotional for him considering how hard it is for players to get opportunities in the team.
India’s rising youthful gift, Yashasvi Jaiswal, has affirmed that his debut Test ton against West Indies is just the morning and that he’s looking forward to contributing further in the future. Jaiswal maundered for entire Day 2, converting his 40 to a century and now he’s just seven runs shy of reaching the 150- run mark. After the match, Jaiswal thanked the operation as well as the Indian captain for their support and asserted that there’s further to come ahead.
“I have just gone out to express myself, thankful for everyone, this is just a launch and I want to do well going further,” Jaiswal said after the match.
He further went on to say that the moment he reached the three- number mark was emotional for him considering how hard it’s for players to get openings in the platoon.
“I suppose this is one of the emotional knocks for me, was just proud of myself, it’s delicate to get openings in the Indian platoon, I would like to thank everyone, the sympathizers, platoon operation and Rohit Bhai,” Jaiswal added.
Eventually, he went on to punctuate how grueling it was to score runs on a ground where the outfield is slow and the pitch is a slow track which makes it delicate for the batters to score runs.
“The pitch is on the slower side and the outfield is veritably slow, it was delicate and grueling , it was enough hot and I wanted to keep doing it for my country, just play ball- by- ball and enjoy my justice. I love Test justice, I like this challenge, I enjoy the situation when the ball swings and seams. We’ve worked hard on everything,” Jaiswal inked off.
Jaiswal’s debut Test ton has made him the 17th player from India to score three numbers on his Test debut. Along with this, the left- handed batter is also only the third Indian nature to make a Test hundred on debut after Shikhar Dhawan (187 v Australia, 2013) and Prithvi Shaw (134 v West Indies, 2018).
Yashasvi Jaiswal scored a century on Test Cricket debut during the first Test between the West Indies and India at Windsor Park in Roseau, Dominica.
The 21- time-old came the third Indian nature to score a century on Test debut, after Shikhar Dhawan and Prithvi Shaw.
Shikhar Dhawan scored 187 against Australia at Mohali in 2013 whereas Prithvi Shaw scored 134 at Rajkot in 2018.
Jaiswal has formerly scored nine First Class (FC) centuries in 15 matches since his debut for Mumbai in 2019. He has scored 1845 runs at FC position with a stunning normal of80.21
Jaiswal originally caught the eye after finishing as top arranger in the 2020U-19 World Cup, scoring a century in the semifinal against Pakistan. Know More Latest Cricket News…