Yashasvi Jaiswal made a splash in the Ranji Trophy, scored his third consecutive hundred

New Delhi. Mumbai’s 20-year-old batsman Yashasvi Jaiswal has scored a century in both the innings against Uttar Pradesh in the second semi-final of the Ranji Trophy. Jaiswal scored 100 runs in the first innings. The left-handed batsman also scored 103 runs against Uttarakhand in the quarter-finals of the Ranji Trophy. This is Jaiswal’s third century in the last four innings. Armaan Jaffer, nephew of Wasim Jaffer, also scored a hundred with him. Armaan became the victim of Shivam Mavi after scoring 127 runs. There was a partnership of 286 runs between the two players so far. Mumbai’s lead has crossed 550 on the fourth day of the match.

Only second match in this season of Ranji Trophy
Yashasvi Jaiswal has played only two matches in the Ranji Trophy in the current season. He scored 35 runs in the first innings and 103 runs in the second innings in the quarter-final against Uttarakhand played at Alur. His IPL season has also been tremendous.

Yashasvi Jaiswal has been making a splash in the cricket world for the last three years.

Earlier, on the third day, Mumbai made its position very strong by wrapping up Uttar Pradesh for 180 runs in the first innings. Mumbai had scored 393 runs in the first innings in the first innings. Prithvi Shaw was the only dismissal of Mumbai on the third day. Mumbai captain Prithvi Shaw batted in a stormy manner and scored 64 runs in 71 balls with the help of 12 fours.

On the third day, Uttar Pradesh started playing at 25 for two and lost wickets at regular intervals. Only five batsmen from his side reached double digits in which Shivam Mavi, who landed at number nine, scored the highest 48 runs. Apart from them, opener Madhav Kaushik contributed 38 and captain Karan Sharma contributed 27 runs. Tushar Deshpande, Mohit Awasthi and Tanush Kotian took three wickets each for Mumbai.

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