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Yashasvi Jaiswal’s new record

Yashasvi Jaiswal India vs England Test : Yashasvi Jaiswal. These are new players, but their achievements are big. Yashasvi Jaiswal, who recently made his international debut, has already started making records. At present he is playing all three formats for Team India. That means he is batting amazingly in Test, ODI and T20 International. Jaiswal has also created a new record in the first Test match being played against England today. He has left behind his captain Rohit Sharma and former explosive batsman Virender Sehwag.

Yashasvi Jaiswal started the innings with Rohit Sharma

Today, when England’s innings ended, Yashasvi Jaiswal along with captain Rohit Sharma came to open the innings. Rohit Sharma also gave the responsibility of playing the first ball of the innings to Jaiswal. He hit a four on the very first ball of Mark Wood. After this, Jaiswal played the entire over. Runs kept coming from his bat. Jaiswal also played the entire second over. That means Rohit Sharma did not get a chance to play even a single ball in the first two overs.

Yashasvi Jaiswal scored 27 runs in the first 4 overs

Rohit Sharma came to bat in the third over. While Rohit Sharma was at zero in these first two overs, Jaiswal had scored 18 runs. Jaiswal made it rain fours and sixes. By the end of four overs of the innings, Jaiswal had scored 27 runs. Whereas Rohit Sharma could score only five runs. In this way, Yashasvi Jaiswal has become the highest run-scorer for India in the first four overs of the Test. Earlier, Rohit Sharma and Virender Sehwag had scored 25 runs. Virender Sehwag had scored 25 runs in the first four overs against Sri Lanka in the year 2010, while Rohit Sharma had scored 25 runs in the first four overs against the West Indies in the year 2023.

Jaiswal’s half-century completed, now eyeing a century

Even before the end of today’s play, Jaiswal has completed his half-century and is moving towards his century. Whereas Rohit Sharma got out and returned to the pavilion. Rohit scored 14 runs on 43 balls and was out on the ball of Jack Leach. After this, Shubman Gill came to support him, who is still playing after scoring 14 runs. Talking about Jaiswal, by the end of the first day’s play, he had scored 76 runs on 70 balls. During this innings, Yashasvi hit 9 fours and 3 sixes. Now he would like to complete his century as soon as possible on the second day.

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