Yashasvi Jaiswal Fifty: Beaten with 12 fours and sixes, beat CSK for the third time, 21-year-old opener troubled

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RR vs CSK: The opener of Rajasthan Royals scored his half-century in just 26 balls. On the basis of his explosive innings, Rajasthan had touched the figure of 100 runs till the 10th over itself.

Yashasvi Jaiswal Fifty: Beaten with 12 fours and sixes, beat CSK for the third time, 21-year-old opener troubled

Yashasvi Jaiswal played an inning of 77 runs.Image Credit source: BCCI

Jaipur: Yashasvi Jaiswal, the young opener of Rajasthan Royals, has done well in the IPL 2023 season. Runs are coming out continuously from the bat of the left-handed batsman. Yashasvi has made his mark due to aggressive batting in the top order. Against Chennai Super Kings, he showed his style, which put even MS Dhoni in a quandary. Yashasvi, while continuing the series of his best performance against Chennai, hit a tremendous half-century.

Yashasvi Jaiswal failed to make any impact in the last match of this season against Chennai Super Kings. He could only score 10 runs in that match. Despite this, Yashasvi’s habit of performing well against MS Dhoni’s team did not go away and this time he made a splash in Jaipur.

Jaiswal beat CSK again

Yashasvi had expressed his intentions by hitting three fours in the very first over of the innings. After this, his bat just kept spewing fire. This young left-handed batsman took the team beyond 60 inside the powerplay. Then on the last ball of the seventh over, Yashasvi took a single and completed his third half-century this season. Jaiswal completed this fifty in just 26 balls.

The special thing is that this was his third half-century in just 5 innings against Chennai. Yashasvi, who made his debut in 2021, has scored a half-century against Chennai in 3 consecutive seasons.

Crossed 200 for the first time in Jaipur

Yashasvi, 21, made an explosive partnership of 86 runs for the first wicket with Jos Buttler in just 8.2 overs. Even after this, his attack continued and he collected some excellent shots. He was dismissed by Tushar Deshpande in the 14th over. Yashasvi played an explosive inning of 77 runs in just 43 balls, out of which 8 fours and 4 sixes in 12 balls looted the party.

Yashasvi’s innings gave Rajasthan a strong start, after which two more young batsmen took the team to a strong score of 202 runs in the last over. Dhruv Jurail and Devdutt Padikkal made an explosive partnership of 48 runs in just 20 balls. In this way, for the first time a team crossed the 200-run mark in the Jaipur ground.

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