Breaking Records: Youngest Man in Blue to Achieve the Feat
Indian opener Yashasvi Jaiswal has made history by becoming the nation's first-ever centurion at the Asian Games. At just 21 years and 279 days old, Jaiswal is also the youngest man in blue to achieve this remarkable feat.
Stunning Knock of 100 Runs in Just 48 Deliveries
The rising star wowed spectators with a brilliant knock of 100 runs in just 48 deliveries against Nepal in the quarterfinals. His remarkable performance scripted history in the tournament.
Yashasvi Jaiswal Shatters Shubhman Gill's Record
Jaiswal's incredible achievement saw him break the previous Indian record set by Shubhman Gill. Gill had scored his maiden T20 international century at the age of 24 years and 146 days earlier this year.
Leading India to Victory
Jaiswal's milestone century marks the start of India's successful campaign in the Asian Games 2023. His 100-run opening stand played a crucial role in India's first-ever victory at the Asian Games.
Rescuing the Team in a Challenging Situation
In a match where the Indian top order collapsed swiftly, Jaiswal's brilliant knock helped rescue the team. He reached the three-figure mark in just 49 deliveries and contributed to the team's total of 202 runs.
Joining the Elite Left-Handed Batsmen
Jaiswal joins the legendary Suresh Raina as India's second left-handed batsman to score an international ton in the shortest format of the game. Other Indian batters to achieve this feat include Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma, Surya Kumar Yadav, and Deepak Hooda.
Looking Ahead to the ICC World Cup 2023
India's A team is now preparing to face their rivals in the upcoming ICC World Cup 2023, starting on October 5. Their first match will be against Australia at the M A Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai.
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