Friday , June 14 2024

'Didn't learn from you..!'Ben Duckett had to make heavy comment on Jaiswal

Yashasvi Jaiswal had performed brilliantly in the Rajkot Test against England. He played an unbeaten inning of 214 runs and thrashed the England bowlers. This was the second double century of his career. On the basis of this innings, India took a lead of more than 500 runs and defeated England by 434 runs. After the defeat against India, England batsman Ben Duckett has given a statement regarding Yashasvi Jaiswal. For which former England captain Nasir Hussain has reprimanded him.

What statement did Duckett make about Jaiswal?

England's star batsman Ben Duckett made a strange comment during a press conference, saying, 'When you see opposition players playing like this, it seems we should take credit for how they think. They play Test cricket not based on how they think other people play. We saw that to some extent over the summer and it's exciting to see other players and other teams adopting an aggressive approach to cricket. He looks like a rising superstar. At present he is in very good form. Nasir Hussain did not seem happy with this statement of Duckett.

Nasir Hussain was sad

Former England captain Nasir Hussain criticized England's Ben Dessett for saying 'Jaiswal has learned from us', saying, “He has not learned from you.” He has learned from his upbringing and the hard work he has done growing up. He has learned from IPL. If something happens, I will look at it and learn from it. The former captain also said this during a podcast.

Yashasvi scored two consecutive double centuries

Yashasvi Jaiswal is batting strongly in the Test series against England. So far he has scored 545 runs in 6 innings. He is the only batsman to score 500+ runs in the series. Yashasvi Jaiswal has scored 2 double centuries. Along with this, he had scored a half-century in the first match. In the second innings of Rajkot Test, he hit three sixes in three balls of veteran bowler James Anderson. Yashasvi scored the best score of his Test career and played an unbeaten inning of 214 runs.