Well, the season is becoming better and better for Yashasvi Jaiswal. The 17-year-old youngster from Mumbai knocking runs on a regular basis to get noticed by the Indian selectors. In the latest, the flamboyant batsman knocked a double century against Jharkhand during a league match in Vijay Hazare Trophy 2019.
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Yashasvi Jaiswal reached 200 off 149 balls:
The Mumbai batsman who made his List A debut in the ongoing 2019-20 season has been in fine form. Prior to this match, he had registered two centuries against Goa and Kerala. The left-hander reached 200 off just 149 balls (17 fours, 12 sixes).
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Jaiswal also became the third batsman after K.V. Kaushal and Sanju Samson to smash a double in the domestic one-day cricket tournament. In this season, he is the second batsman to smash a double century. Earlier, it was Sanju Samson, who knocked it for Kerala against Goa.
Coming from a humble background, he paddled through struggles to achieve his dreams. The Mumbai was in the news for making his entry into the Indian U-19 team for the Sri Lankan tour in August. Coming through the junior cricket ranks, Jaiswal has become a force to reckon in a very short time.
His stunning double century consists of 17 boundaries and as many as 12 sixes. Alongside Jaiswal, Aditya Tare started innings well by stitching 200 runs for the first wicket. However, he failed to continue his onslaught, as he was dismissed by Anukul Roy on 78.
Following him, Siddhesh Lad got a decent start of 32 runs but failed to convert that into a big knock. Just after reaching his double century, Jaiswal was dismissed by Vivekanand in the slog overs. However, they came the magical knock from Shreyas Iyer.
The skipper smashed 31 runs off just 14 balls that include one boundary and three massive sixes. For Jharkhand, Vivekanand picked a couple of wickets while Anukul Roy pocketed one wicket. The bowling department consists of the likes of Varun Aaron and Shabaz Nadeem.
Here are a few tweets:
Yashasvi Jaiswal of Mumbai – 203 vs Jharkhand:
– First teenager to score a List A double century [17y 292d]
– First 21st century born to score a List A 200 [Dec 28, 2001]
– Most sixes in a Vijay Hazare Trophy game [12 sixes]#VijayHazareTrophy #MUMvJHA
— Sampath Bandarupalli (@SampathStats) October 16, 2019
Yashasvi Jaiswal just hit a spectacular double hundred for Mumbai against a Jharkhand attack that included Varun Aaron, Shahbaz Nadeem and Anukul Roy, his third hundred in five Vijay Hazare matches.
Seriously one to watch! pic.twitter.com/2SsWuKmLNb
— Joy Bhattacharjya (@joybhattacharj) October 16, 2019
India better be ready for Yashasvi Jaiswal and Riyan Parag. They have Team India quality written all over them. Phenomenal young players.
— Yash (@sassy_penguin5) October 16, 2019
https://t.co/qOeZlrSrNn a graet story👍 this boy scored a double century today in vijay hazare trophy and he also scored 2 century before today's match in this year vijay hazare
— Debasish singh (@Debasis00128879) October 16, 2019
(It's as if a desi parent is telling their child to look at "Sharmaji's child" and see the difference)
— Mubin (@_Mubean__) October 16, 2019
I see Yashasvi Jaiswal is now shining even at the senior domestic level. Astonishing rise through sheer hard work of a youngster who has already seen a lot and made many sacrifices to pursue his dream.
— KASHISH (@crickashish217) October 16, 2019
— Manish 🏏 (@IManish311) October 16, 2019
I am sure we would be hearing more of this name in the coming days – Yashasvi Jaiswal. Just hit a double century in only his 5th List A match. His scores in #VijayHazareTrophy so far – 44, 113, 22, 122, 203. Been in scintillating form 🔥
— jigar mehta (@jigsactin) October 16, 2019
Yashasvi Jaiswal hit a double century in only his 5th List A match. His scores in Vijay HazareTrophy 44, 113, 22, 122, 203. Well Done boii💯💯 https://t.co/szP2ytc0kR
— VINAY🏏 (@CRICKETDUDE_) October 16, 2019
Another World Record!!!
Yashasvi Jaiswal's 504 runs are the most by ANY batsman in his first five List A innings. Previous record was held by South African legend Graeme Pollock with 493 runs. #VijayHazare #VijayHazareTrophy
— Rajneesh Gupta (@rgcricket) October 16, 2019
Generally people bless others with "Yashasvi Bhavo". However, the 17 years old #YashasviJaiswal from @MumbaiCricAssoc took this seriously and scored a brilliant 203 runs off 154 balls inclusive of 12 6s against #Jharkhand in #VijayHazareTrophy . @mohanstatsman is this a record?
— Sourabh Sanyal (@sourabhsanyal) October 16, 2019
Double hundred for Yashasvi Jaiswal, 200* from 149 balls against Jharkhand.
— Akhil Gupta 🏏 (@Guptastats92) October 16, 2019