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“Maybe Rohit bhai didn’t want” Rohit Sharma’s Surprising Silence on Jaiswal’s Feat Revealed by Shubman Gill“

Team India registered a massive win of 434 runs against England in the third Test match in Rajkot. After facing a defeat in the first Test match, Team India registered two back-to-back wins. Young Indian opener Yashasvi Jaiswal scored two consecutive double-hundreds in two Test matches. After Jaiswal’s amazing batting display, skipper Rohit Sharma didn’t talk about that. Before heading to the fourth Test match, Shubman Gill opened up about this. 

Yashasvi’s Masterclass:

Just last week, Yashasvi Jaiswal, who debuted for India in July during the West Indies tour, achieved a remarkable milestone. He became only the third Indian player, following in the footsteps of Virat Kohli and Vinod Kambli, and the sixth overall to accomplish this feat. At just 22 years old, Jaiswal also joined the elite company as the third youngest player with two double centuries to his name, alongside Sir Don Bradman and Kambli.

 His exceptional performance in the ongoing Test series against England has propelled him to stardom. Despite missing out on a century in the first Test in Hyderabad, Jaiswal bounced back spectacularly, scoring a record-breaking 209 in the second Test in Vizag, followed by an unbeaten 214 in Rajkot during the third Test. This outstanding display saw him amass over 500 runs in the series, totaling 545 runs in six innings. Remarkably, this marks only the eighth occasion in Indian cricket history where a batter has scored more than 500 runs against England.

If Jaiswal continues his remarkable form and adds another 111 runs over the next two matches, he will surpass Virat Kohli’s record of 655 runs, set during the 2016/17 series, for the most runs by an Indian batter in a Test series against England. Jaiswal’s meteoric rise and incredible performances have captivated cricket fans across the nation, cementing his status as a rising star in Indian cricket.

Gill Revealed the Reason Behind Rohit’s Success:

Yashasvi Jaiswal’s outstanding performance in the ongoing Test series against England has made him a sensation. Despite missing a century in the Hyderabad opener, he bounced back with a record-breaking 209 in Vizag and an unbeaten 214 in Rajkot. However, India captain Rohit Sharma refrained from praising the young player, raising eyebrows. Teammate Shubman Gill later clarified that Rohit Sharma’s restraint was intentional, adding an intriguing twist to the story.

Shubman Gill said, “I don’t think there’s a problem with the youngsters being not humble. We have seen Jaiswal scoring back-to-back double-hundreds. If you don’t have it in you, you won’t be able to score back-to-back double tons. There aren’t many people in the world who have scored back-to-back double-hundreds in Test cricket. So he definitely is a sensational player. We have seen it. I think he’s played around eight or nine Tests. We have seen it in him. I don’t think there’s any conscious decision. Maybe Rohit bhai didn’t want to talk about it at that point of time.”

On February 23, India will face England at the JSCA Stadium in Ranchi. After two consecutive wins, Team India is leading the series by a 2-1 margin. On the other hand, England is trying hard to level up the series. The fourth Test match is going to be a thrilling one. 

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Team India registered a massive win of 434 runs against England in the third Test match in Rajkot. After facing a defeat in the first Test match, Team India registered two back-to-back wins. Young Indian opener Yashasvi Jaiswal scored two consecutive double-hundreds in two Test matches. After Jaiswal’s amazing batting display, skipper Rohit Sharma didn’t talk about that. Before heading to the fourth Test match, Shubman Gill opened up about this. 

Yashasvi’s Masterclass:

Just last week, Yashasvi Jaiswal, who debuted for India in July during the West Indies tour, achieved a remarkable milestone. He became only the third Indian player, following in the footsteps of Virat Kohli and Vinod Kambli, and the sixth overall to accomplish this feat. At just 22 years old, Jaiswal also joined the elite company as the third youngest player with two double centuries to his name, alongside Sir Don Bradman and Kambli.

 His exceptional performance in the ongoing Test series against England has propelled him to stardom. Despite missing out on a century in the first Test in Hyderabad, Jaiswal bounced back spectacularly, scoring a record-breaking 209 in the second Test in Vizag, followed by an unbeaten 214 in Rajkot during the third Test. This outstanding display saw him amass over 500 runs in the series, totaling 545 runs in six innings. Remarkably, this marks only the eighth occasion in Indian cricket history where a batter has scored more than 500 runs against England.

If Jaiswal continues his remarkable form and adds another 111 runs over the next two matches, he will surpass Virat Kohli's record of 655 runs, set during the 2016/17 series, for the most runs by an Indian batter in a Test series against England. Jaiswal's meteoric rise and incredible performances have captivated cricket fans across the nation, cementing his status as a rising star in Indian cricket.

Gill Revealed the Reason Behind Rohit’s Success:

Yashasvi Jaiswal's outstanding performance in the ongoing Test series against England has made him a sensation. Despite missing a century in the Hyderabad opener, he bounced back with a record-breaking 209 in Vizag and an unbeaten 214 in Rajkot. However, India captain Rohit Sharma refrained from praising the young player, raising eyebrows. Teammate Shubman Gill later clarified that Rohit Sharma's restraint was intentional, adding an intriguing twist to the story.

Shubman Gill said, “I don't think there's a problem with the youngsters being not humble. We have seen Jaiswal scoring back-to-back double-hundreds. If you don't have it in you, you won't be able to score back-to-back double tons. There aren't many people in the world who have scored back-to-back double-hundreds in Test cricket. So he definitely is a sensational player. We have seen it. I think he's played around eight or nine Tests. We have seen it in him. I don't think there's any conscious decision. Maybe Rohit bhai didn't want to talk about it at that point of time.”

On February 23, India will face England at the JSCA Stadium in Ranchi. After two consecutive wins, Team India is leading the series by a 2-1 margin. On the other hand, England is trying hard to level up the series. The fourth Test match is going to be a thrilling one. 

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