Jaiswal smashed the fastest fifty in IPL history against KKR.
Former India and CSK batter Suresh Raina lavished big reward on Rajasthan Royals’ (RR) Yashasvi Jaiswal following his blazing knock towards Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR). The flamboyant Royals opener hammered an unbeaten ninety eight off forty seven balls to win the conflict in opposition to Kolkata on Thursday, May 11.
The batter recorded the quickest IPL half-century as he unexpectedly hit the floor strolling from the first over. Notably, Jaiswal focused 26 runs off the first over towards Nitish Rana, which additionally is the joint-second most highly-priced first over in the top-tier league. His typical innings blanketed 12 boundaries and 5 sixes at an great strike fee of 208.51.
Impressed with his blazing knock, former India batter Raina made a massive revelation as he noted that he would have blanketed Jaiswal in India’s imminent ODI World Cup squad, had he been the selector. He in addition introduced that the younger southpaw reminds him of former India explosive hitter Virender Sehwag, with regard to his batting approach.
“If I used to be the Indian selector, I would have signed him nowadays itself for the World Cup due to the fact he is in a very sparkling mind. He reminds me of Virender Sehwag. I’m certain Rohit Sharma will be looking at this due to the fact he will be looking for batters like him for the World Cup,” Raina stated on JioCinema following the blazing knock.
Jaiswal has aggregated 575 runs in simply 12 fits at a wonderful common of 52.27, lacing it with one century and 4 fifties. Notably, crew India is but to announce the contingent for the mega ODI tournament which will be held in India in October.
It stays to be viewed if the younger sensation makes his location in the setup for the marquee tournament following his sensational marketing campaign in the sixteenth edition. Meanwhile, Rajasthan’s win towards KKR noticed them climb up to the 0.33 spot in the IPL Points Table and the aspect will be gunning to cement their area in the playoffs.