Yashasvi Jaiswal Scored Another Double Century, Here is Record Made By Yashasvi Jaiswal During His Batting

Yashasvi Yashasvi’s name is chanting on whole India and Rajkot stadium today, it is impossible to stop Yashasvi Jaiswal now, When this 22 year old boy is batting then any record is not safe. Yashasvi Jaiswal, who doesn’t like stopping after scoring centuries, turned his latest one into a double hundred. In the third Test’s second innings for India, the 22-year-old achieved his second career double century. 

Another Double Century for Yashasvi Jaiswal

Yashasvi Jaiswal, the energetic opener for Team India, thrilled the crowd on Sunday by scoring his second consecutive double century in the Rajkot Test on Day 4. Despite dealing with back spasms the day before, Jaiswal made a heroic comeback, taking on the English bowlers. He reached his double century in 231 balls, hitting 14 fours and 10 sixes along the way.

Yashasvi returned to bat on Sunday morning after being injured on Saturday. He and debutant Sarfaraz Khan formed a rapid 100-run partnership in just 87 balls. Despite the unfortunate run-out of Shubman Gill, who was well-set at 91, Yashasvi ensured that India continued progressing towards a lead of 500 runs in the second innings.

Records Made By Yashasvi Jaiswal During His Batting

Yashasvi Jaiswal made history on Sunday by becoming the first Indian batsman to score two double centuries against England in Test cricket.

He also set a new record for hitting the most sixes in a Test innings for India, reaching a total of 12 in the second session on Day 4. This broke a record that had stood for 30 years, previously held by Navjot Singh Sidhu with 8 sixes against Sri Lanka in 1994 in Lucknow.

Yashasvi Jaiswal scored the most runs by a left-handed Indian batter in a Test series against England in 2024 with 545 runs. The previous record was held by Sourav Ganguly, who scored 534 runs against Pakistan in 2007.

Yashasvi Jaiswal vs James Anderson Between Match

In a cricket match, there was a face-off between a 22-year-old Indian batter Yashshvi Jaiswal playing his third Test series and a 42-year-old experienced English bowler on his sixth tour to India with an impressive record of 695 wickets.

Despite the age and experience difference, the young batter fearlessly hit three consecutive deliveries for sixes, making it only the second time in the veteran bowler’s Test career that he was hit for three sixes in one over.

The last time this happened was in 2013 against Australia’s George Bailey. Fueled by the confidence gained from scoring many runs in the series against England, the Indian batter showcased his explosive batting style, hitting a hat-trick of sixes, making the seasoned English bowler, Anderson, seem like an ordinary player.

India Inning Highlight on Day 4 of 3rd Test

On Day 4 of the third Test between India and England, India began with an overnight score of 196/2, holding a lead of 322 runs. Shubman Gill, who was on 91, got run out after a 55-run partnership with Kuldeep Yadav. Yashasvi Jaiswal, returning after retiring hurt on Day 3 with a score of 106, joined forces with Sarfaraz Khan.

In the last half-hour of the morning session, they aggressively batted against England, extending India’s lead to 440 by Lunch. After lunch, Yashasvi Jaiswal and Sarfaraz Khan continued their impressive batting, with Jaiswal scoring his second double century and Sarfaraz reaching his second consecutive half-century. India further strengthened their position, amassing a lead of 556 runs by scoring 430 runs while losing 4 wickets.

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