Yashasvi Jaiswal gets praised by Virender Sehwag for converting 50s to 100s or big scores in the Indian Premier League. Virender Sehwag says that the left-hander has learnt that from Virat Kohli.
Virender Sehwag on Yashasvi Jaiswal
“Yashasvi Jaiswal is a future star. He’s learned the art of converting 50s into 100s from Virat Kohli. Several batters throw their wickets after scoring 13-ball 50 but Yashasvi looks to build on. He’s got that temperament to play big knocks.”
Mohammed Kaif on Sam Curran added that
“Judging a player’s performance on his price tag isn’t correct. Sam Curran emerged as the costliest buy because of his performances in international cricket. But the problem with Punjab is that they are keeping a tested and proven bowler like Kagiso Rabada was made to sit in the dugout for the most part of the tournament,” said Kaif.
Yashasvi Jaiswal is the first uncapped Indian player to score more than 600 runs in one season.
Harbhajan Singh has his words of Yuzi Chahal
“Chahal’s speciality is that he bowls like an original spinner. He has a different art. He is the master of variation. He’s different from the rest of the spinners because he makes good use of the crease and is also a master of slow bowling. It becomes more difficult to play him in the last five overs because he bowls very wide. Chahal is a brave bowler, a champion bowler,” said Singh.
Yashasvi Jaiswal is now the most valuable player in the tournament. He is topping the list currently.
Sanjay Manjrekar on Virat Kohli’ temperament said that
“Virat Kohli had slammed 5 centuries in IPL before this knock, but this innings will be unforgettable. He made a tough pitch look ridiculously easy and you need a player of a different calibre to play a knock like that.”
Yashasvi Jaiswal is the leading run-scorer for Rajasthan Royals in this Indian Premier League.