Yashasvi Jaiswal, IPL 2023: Yashasvi Jaiswal did not want to score a century, he himself told the reason

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New Delhi, Yashasvi Jaiswal has created a ruckus in the IPL with his bat. This left-handed opener stunned Kolkata Knight Riders at Eden Gardens. Jaiswal played an unbeaten inning of 98 runs in just 47 balls. In which 5 sixes and 13 fours came out of his bat. Yashswi Jaiswal He gave his team a resounding victory, but his fans are sorry that this player missed his century by just 2 runs. Although Jaiswal is not sad about it. After the match, he told that there was no talk of a century in his mind.

Yashasvi Jaiswal said after the match, ‘I only had net runrate in my mind. Me and Sanju Bhai were talking about ending the game as soon as possible. Let us tell you that Yashasvi Jaiswal played such a shot on the last ball on which only four runs were available, while he needed 6 runs for the century. If Yashasvi wanted, he could have defended that ball and he could have waited for the length ball for a six. But this batsman did not do so and he played his stroke. Sanju Samson had also made it clear by hitting three sixes in an over that he was giving importance to the net runrate of the team more than a century or a half-century.

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Jaiswal has won hearts

Yashasvi Jaiswal hit a half-century in just 13 balls. This player broke the record of KL Rahul, who in 2018 had done the feat of putting Fifty in just 14 balls. Yashasvi Jaiswal described this innings as the result of his practice. Jaiswal said that he had prepared well for this season. He believes in himself and he knows that the results will definitely come.

Jaiswal tied up after Butler was run out

Let us tell you that a big mistake was made in the beginning of the innings from Jaiswal. He had run out his batting partner Jos Buttler. However, after this he vented his anger on the KKR bowlers. Jaiswal hit 26 runs in the very first over of Nitish Rana. Jaiswal hit two consecutive sixes in the first two balls and after that he also hit three fours in the same over. This pace of Jaiswal did not stop and this player gave Rajasthan victory 41 balls before raining fours and sixes.

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