Yashasvi Jaiswal, a Mumbai native who plays for the Rajasthan Royals and is hogging a lot of the spotlight in the IPL, is another batting legend that Mumbai has provided to Indian cricket. Yashasvi Jaiswal continues to light up the IPL with her powerful batting displays. The 21-year-old made a significant milestone when she scored the IPL’s quickest half-century.
The talented left-handed opener scored a fifty against KKR off just 13 balls, which is the second-fastest T20 fifty ever, against a strong bowling attack from Kolkata Knight Riders. Former India cricketer Harbhajan Singh is extremely impressed with the gifted youngster’s onslaught against KKR and believes Jaiswal is compelling the national selectors to recognize his talent and invite him up to the Indian team.
Harbhajan Singh observed, “Yashasvi Jaiswal isn’t just knocking at the doors of the Indian Cricket Team; he seems to be breaking it with his consistently strong performances,” in a Star Sports Studio interview. He has brought over his tyrannical domestic cricket style into the IPL. He has such potential! Indian cricket is in good hands for the future.
According to Shastri, who agreed with Harbhajan, the time is right to put new players in India’s T20I team as the experienced players focus on getting ready for the ODI World Cup.
If Team India is concentrating on the ODI World Cup, selectors should look to offer as many opportunities to the young players like Yashasvi and Rinku, according to Ravi Shastri. These guys ought to move quickly so that they can get ready for the West Indies T20 World Cup the following year. I don’t know what more the selectors are searching for if they don’t pick them now.
Yuzvendra Chahal, a great spinner for India, also reclaimed the Purple Cap as the leg-spinner for the Rajasthan Royals, and he also reached a significant IPL milestone by becoming the tournament’s leading wicket-taker. Former Indian spinner Harbhajan Singh praised Chahal for his consistently strong performance in the IPL and asserted that the Haryana cricketer thinks like a hitter.
“Yuzvendra Chahal doesn’t play the format; instead, he plays with the batsmen’s minds. He bowls entirely with his wits and is not concerned about taking sixes. The batters find it challenging to play him because he utilizes the field to its full potential, according to Harbhajan Singh.