RR vs RCB: Watch - Yashasvi Jaiswal vents out his anger as he punches side railing after getting out in IPL 2024 Eliminator

Published - 22 May 2024, 11:04 PM | Updated - 22 May 2024, 11:08 PM

Yashasvi Jaiswal
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Rajasthan Royals (RR) opening batter Yashasvi Jaiswal played a decent knock for his team in the ongoing game against Royal Challengers Bengaluru (RCB) in the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2024. The eliminator of the tournament is underway at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. 

Chasing the target of 173 runs, Yashasvi Jaiswal took his team off to a great start with the bat. He came out all guns blazing and played positive innings, putting Royal Challengers Bengaluru under pressure right from the start at the Narendra Modi International Stadium in Ahmedabad. 

Yashasvi Jaiswal played some crisp shots in their innings and made sure that gets runs quickly in the powerplay. The left-hander looked in great touch and was looking all set for a big knock and till the time he was at the crease, Rajasthan Royals were in complete control. 

Yashasvi Jaiswal, however, couldn't carry on after the start he got as he perished at the crucial juncture of the game at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. He fell to Cameron Green in the 10th over as Rajasthan Royals lost the second wicket. 

Cameron Green bowled a length ball onto the middle stump, Yashasvi Jaiswal shuffled away to the ramp but he missed the shot and the ball grazed his glove on the way to the keeper as the batter had to take the long walk to the pavilion at the Narendra Modi International Stadium in Ahmedabad. 

However, what caught the attention of many was Yashasvi Jaiswal's antics after getting out. As he was walking back, the Rajasthan Royals batter slammed his bat onto the ground in frustration before reaching the dugout. He didn't stop there as after that he punched the side railing as he walked up the stairs. 

Here's the video:

Yashasvi Jaiswal played a valiant innings of 45 runs off 30 balls for his team at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. He batted with a strike rate of 150 and also hit 8 fours in his innings, giving a great start to his team.

RCB vs RR: I think it's par-minus - Ravichandran Ashwin 

Ravichandran Ashwin, who returned with the figures of 2/19 for Rajasthan Royals with the ball, talked about his performance, saying that it has been a season of two halves for him. He also talked about the conditions, saying that there's a dew and opposition has posted below-par total. He elaborated:

"It's been a tournament of two halves for me. First half of the tournament, I was struggling coming from the Test series with injuries. Last few games I feel I am bowling really well. I texted Virat saying come on let's fight it one more time (smiles). Dew has come on nicely. The IPL committee has done well overall in the tournament to manage the dew. 

"(On RR's recent poor batting efforts) Got to reset button. Also got to look at the pitches we played on in those games. Not hiding behind the fact that we didn't bat well in the last few games but it's just about hitting the reset button, going out and enjoying in the middle. (On the total) I think it's par-minus," he concluded.


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