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Yashasvi Jaiswal close to breaking a big record of Indian cricket, Virat-Gavaskar will be left behind – India TV Hindi

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Jaiswal close to breaking a big record of Indian cricket

Yashasvi Jaiswal IND vs ENG Series: Team India’s young batsman Yashasvi Jaiswal is making a lot of headlines these days. Yashasvi Jaiswal has made everyone crazy with his batting in the India-England series. He is proving to be a big match winner for Team India. In this series, they are now aiming for the biggest record of Indian cricket. He has come close to surpassing all the batsmen of India in a special list.

Big record of Indian cricket on Jaiswal’s mark

Yashasvi Jaiswal has so far scored 545 runs in 3 matches in this series at an average of 109. During this period he has scored 2 double centuries and 1 half century. Not only this, he has also hit 22 sixes in this series. Which is the most number of sixes hit by anyone in a Test series. He is now very close to making the record of scoring most runs in a Test series for India. To make this record, he needs 230 runs in 2 matches.

Virat-Gavaskar will be left behind

Sunil Gavaskar holds the record for scoring the most runs in a Test series for India. Sunil Gavaskar scored 774 runs in 4 matches in the 1970/71 West Indies series. At the same time, he also scored 732 runs in the 1978/79 West Indies series while playing 4 matches. Virat Kohli’s name is also at number three in this list. Virat had scored 692 runs in the 2014/15 Australia series. In such a situation, Yashasvi Jaiswal needs only 147 runs to get ahead of Virat Kohli.

Most runs in a test series for India

Sunil Gavaskar – 774 runs

Sunil Gavaskar – 732 runs
Virat Kohli – 692 runs
Virat Kohli – 655 runs
Dilip Sardesai – 642 runs

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