Yashasvi Jaiswal, India’s opening batsman, hit a double century in the second test match at Vizag against England. On his YouTube channel, Aakash Chopra has given Yashasvi Jaiswal high acclaim. Aakash Chopra has compared Yashasvi to Sir Donald Bradman. He claimed that Yashasvi Sir is now even more respected than Don Bradman.
Aakash Chopra lauds Yashasvi Jaiswal India’s opening batsman Yashasvi Jaiswal has scored a double century in the second test match in Vizag. Yashasvi completed his double century in 271 balls. Meanwhile, Yashasvi is being praised everywhere.
Aakash Chopra praised Yashasvi
Now former Indian batsman Aakash Chopra has praised Yashasvi Jaiswal. Aakash Chopra said on his YouTube channel that the most brilliant performance came from the bat of Yashasvi Jaiswal. The child batted so well.
Why is Yashasvi special?
Jimmy Anderson was the only fast bowler, and he kept dropping his deliveries. He had high regard for James Anderson’s bowling ability. After that, when the spinner came in, he hit two fours. Following this, Yashasvi demonstrated why he is so special with his performance.
More famous than Sir Don Bradman
Chopra explained that there is a rate for turning Yashasvi’s half-century into a century for players who have hit ten or more centuries in first-class cricket. Yashasvi Sir is currently ahead of even Don Bradman. Except for Yashasvi, no Indian batsman was able to convert his innings into a large score.
Yashasvi is doing good work as per his name
Chopra went on to say, “Yashasvi Jaiswal is accomplishing exactly what his name suggests. He consistently demonstrates that he is an excellent player. In this match, he is the only batter to have scored 179 runs. Aside from that, there is no 40. Yashasvi Jaiswal and the entire Indian team are on one side because they were unable to cross the run figure.
Showed how to play a real Indian pitch
Chopra remarked, “Yashasvi demonstrated how to play spin on a real Indian pitch. It’s not an awful pitch, but there’s not much help for spin on the first day. Yashasvi delivered the ball perfectly. He allowed the ball to come forward and strike the large shorts. Yashasvi was unafraid of striking the ball in the air, finishing his century with a six.