young batsman of team india Yashasvi Jaiswal Has scored a brilliant century in his debut test against the West Indies. He has become the 17th Indian batsman to score a century in his debut test. captain Rohit Sharma Jaiswal, who came to start the innings with, was quite comfortable at the crease. He shared a 229-run partnership for the first wicket with Rohit Sharma. After completing the century, Jaiswal jumped with joy and Rohit, who was on non-strike, hugged him. Shortly after Jaiswal’s century, Rohit’s 10th Test century also came out with the bat, but soon after that he was dismissed. After this, Shubman Gill, who came to the crease, also returned to the pavilion in a hurry.
India made a lead of 162 runs
The Indian bowlers bowled brilliantly to bundle out the West Indies for 150 in the first innings. Experienced Ravichandran Ashwin took five wickets. This was Ashwin’s 33rd five-wicket haul. In response, Rohit and Yashasvi Jaiswal gave India a great start and the pair added 229 runs for the team. India is in a strong position even after losing two wickets on the second day. Jaiswal is playing after scoring 143 runs. Star batsman Virat Kohli is supporting him at the other end. Kohli is playing after scoring 36 runs. By the end of the second day’s play, India has scored 312 runs. India has taken a lead of 162 runs over West Indies. Alick Athanage and Jomel Warrican have got one success each from West Indies.
Jaiswal became emotional after scoring a century
After scoring a century in the debut test, Yashasvi Jaiswal said that it is an emotional moment for me. It is very difficult to get a chance in the Indian team. I want to thank all the supporters, team management and Rohit bhai. The pitch is slow and the outfield is very slow, it was tough and challenging to bat here. It was also very hot but I wanted to do something for my country. Just kept playing ball-by-ball and enjoying my cricket. Jaiswal said that I like Test cricket. I love this challenge. I enjoy the position when the ball swings and seams. We have worked hard on everything. I just came out to express myself. He said that I am grateful to all. This is just a start and I want to do well in the future as well.
Jaiswal’s childhood coach praised
Yashasvi Jaiswal, who scored an unbeaten 143 in 350 balls in Dominica, is heading towards a big innings. Jaiswal has been congratulated by his childhood coach Jwala Singh on his century. Jwala told PTI that I am happy to see him growing. I had a feeling that he would start well. He has also spent four good seasons in IPL and domestic cricket. He has played most of the world class bowlers under a lot of pressure. He has the idea of playing with top quality bowlers. As a sportsperson, it is important to have the habit of scoring runs. As a coach, I always teach my players to look at the ball and not the bowler. He said that I tell my boys that there are always nine fielders on the field. As a batsman you have to face each ball on merit.
Jaiswal became the fourth Mumbai batsman to score a century on Test debut
Jaiswal has become the fourth batsman from Mumbai to score a century on Test debut for India. Earlier, Mumbai’s Rohit Sharma, Shreyas Iyer and Prithvi Shaw have scored centuries in Test debut. Talking overall, Lala Amarnath is the first Indian batsman to score a century in Test debut. Amarnath achieved this feat against England. Veterans like Virender Sehwag and Sourav Ganguly are also named in this club. Former India captain Mohammad Azharuddin also scored a century in his debut test. Now it will be interesting to see how far Jaiswal takes his innings on the third day on Friday. He will definitely try to score a double century.