Ranji Trophy 2022 final: Yashasvi Jaiswal credits Buttler’s suggestions for success

Author: Yuvi June 23, 2022 Ranji Trophy 2022 final: Yashasvi Jaiswal credits Buttler's suggestions for success

Mumbai’s left-handed opener Yashasvi Jaiswal has credited the tips he got from England batsman Jos Buttler during his stint with Rajasthan Royals in the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022. Playing for 41-time champions Mumbai, Jaiswal scored a half-century on the opening day of the Ranji Trophy final against Madhya Pradesh in Bengaluru on Wednesday (June 22).

Jaiswal said Buttler, who won the Orange Cap for the highest run-scorer in IPL 2022, advised him to stay focused and hit his shots at the right time and in times of need. “I try to follow his suggestions, which has helped me. Watch the ball, understand the situation and keep playing good cricket shots that I follow,” Jaiswal told BCCI Domestic after the first day’s play. Said in a video uploaded on the Twitter handle of.

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Jaiswal is in fine form going into the final as he scored three consecutive centuries against Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh respectively. He was looking good for a fourth century before being dismissed, which was caught by Anubhav Agarwal at the hands of Yash Dubey.

After scoring a century in the quarter-finals and two in the semi-finals, Jaiswal was on course for his fourth century before Madhya Pradesh seamer Anubhav Agarwal dismissed him for 78 on the opening day of the Rani Trophy final here on Wednesday.

“Yes, I’m a little sad about it, but this is cricket. You have to experience both the good and the bad (part), and that is something I have learned so far,” Jaiswal said. “Because in cricket things are not the way you want them to be, but I am trying my best to improve myself as a cricketer and as a human being,” he said.

Jaiswal, during the IPL, was dropped after the first few matches, but returned to the Royals’ playing XI in the second half, scoring an impressive half-century. Similar in Ranji Trophy, where he was knocked out in the group league stage and then came back with a bang from the quarter-finals, scoring nearly 500 runs.

He said, ‘The same thing happened there in IPL as well. I got three games out, I got out and came back (to the side) after seven games. But amidst all these gaps, I had this in my mind that I need to work hard and be disciplined all the time,” Jaiswal said.

(with agency input)

Author: Yuvi

My name is Yuvi, I work as Sub Editor at newscinema.in

23 June, 2022, 11:08 am

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