Tuesday , July 23 2024

'These days' children…' Rohit made a special post about Dhruv Jurel and Jaiswal – News India Live

The Indian team registered a historic victory in the Rajkot Test on the basis of the strong performance of its young players. India has taken a 2-1 lead in the series by defeating the visiting team by a huge margin of 434 runs. Apart from debutant Sarfaraz Khan and wicketkeeper Dhruv Jurel, opener Yashasvi Jaiswal performed brilliantly in this match. After which captain Rohit Sharma was also seen praising him on social media.

Yashasvi Jaiswal scored a double century in the second innings of Rajkot Test. Whereas Sarfaraz Khan scored half-centuries in both the innings. Apart from this, Dhruv Jurel played an important role in scoring 46 runs in the first innings and brilliantly running out Ben Duckett in the second innings. After which captain Rohit Sharma was also seen praising this young player.

shared story on instagram

While posting the story on Instagram, Rohit Sharma wrote, 'These are the children of today.' In another picture, Sarfaraz Khan and Yashvi Jaiswal are seen running. On which Rohit Sharma wrote 'Today's children' and also shared a clapping emoji. Fans are liking this style of Rohit Sharma very much. This story is going viral very fast on social media.

Yashasvi Jaiswal scored a double century

In the Rajkot Test, Indian team's star opener Yashasvi Jaiswal scored his second double century in just 7 Test matches. Earlier, Yashasvi had also batted brilliantly in the first innings of Visakhapatnam Test. After this, this is Yashasvi's second consecutive double century. Every veteran player is seen praising this young batsman. In such a situation, how can Indian team captain Rohit Sharma remain behind? Jaiswal, who came as an opener in the Rajkot Test, played a brilliant inning of 214 runs in 236 balls. In which he hit 14 fours and 12 sixes.

Sarfaraz scored half-centuries in both innings

Apart from Yashasvi Jaiswal, Sarfaraz Khan also impressed everyone with his batting. He scored fifty runs in both innings of Rajkot Test. He was unfortunately run out in the first innings after scoring 68 runs in 66 balls. But in the second innings, the magic of Sarfaraz Khan's bat was once again seen and he scored his second consecutive half-century in the same Test. Sarfaraz scored unbeaten 68 runs on 72 balls in the second innings.

Excellent wicketkeeping by Dhruv Jurel

After being out of the first two Tests, Dhruv Jurel got a chance to debut in the Rajkot Test. He scored a brilliant 46 runs in the first innings of his debut match and missed his half-century by just 4 runs. But along with batting, he also performed brilliantly in wicket-keeping. Especially in the second innings, a memorable run out of Ben Duckett was also seen. After which the same discussion is being seen everywhere. Dhruv Jurel also took some brilliant catches against spin in the second innings.