Yashasvi Jaiswal attributes his Ranji Trophy heroics to Jos Buttler.

Yashasvi Jaiswal attributes his Ranji Trophy heroics to Jos Buttler. In the current Ranji Trophy season, the 20-year-old has 497 runs at an average of 99.40.

While England’s Jos Buttler is wreaking havoc on the international stage. His young opening partner from the Rajasthan Royals is making significant strides in the domestic circuit. Yashasvi Jaiswal has been in fantastic form in the Ranji Trophy this season and has credited Buttler for his incredible run.

Jaiswal is a member of the Mumbai team and is playing in his first Ranji Trophy final. Anubhav Agarwal of Madhya Pradesh dismissed the southpaw for 78 runs, preventing him from scoring four centuries in a row. In this edition, the 20-year-old has 497 runs at an average of 99.40, three centuries, and one-half century to his name.

The youngster has revealed that his time with the Rajasthan Royals was extremely beneficial to him because he got to share the field with batting sensation Jos Buttler. Buttler advised the opening batter to play good cricket shots and stay focused on the crease.

“I try to follow his advice, which has been beneficial to me.” “Watch the ball, understand the situation, and keep playing good cricketing shots that I follow,” Jaiswal said in a video posted to the BCCI Domestic Twitter account.

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When I put on my Mumbai cap, I feel proud:  Yashasvi Jaiswal

Jaiswal made his Ranji Trophy debut in 2019, but was unable to participate further due to commitments with the U-19 team at the time. After a more than three-year absence, the youngster returned to the tournament and scored a century in the first match against Uttarakhand. In the semi-final against Uttar Pradesh, he scored centuries in both innings. The young man from Uttar Pradesh has expressed his pride in representing the Mumbai team in the Ranji Trophy and believes that he must remain alert while donning the coveted jersey.

“I’m glad I made three centuries.” I didn’t make it today, but that’s okay. Every time I put on this cap, I feel proud and blessed. I’m mentally tough because I play for Mumbai. “You have to be on your toes all the time when playing for Mumbai,” Jaiswal added.

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