Player of the Match: Yashasvi Jaiswal is on his way to becoming a very aggressive batsman

New Delhi:

In the victory over Australia in the second T20 match, three Indian batsmen Yashasvi Jaiswal (Yashasvi Jaiswal), Ishan Kishan (Ishan Kishan) and Ruturaj Gaikwad scored half-centuries, but Lefty Jaiswal was chosen as the Player of the Match. And there is no doubt that the atishi tevar with which he composed a 'tune' was carried forward very well by Ishaan and then Gaikwad. Jaiswal scored 25 runs off 9 balls with 2 fours and 53 sixes. That is, 48 runs of the innings came only from fours and sixes, which is enough to tell in which direction Jaiswal is going. However, after the match, he said that this player of the match award is very special for him. Jaiswal spoke about his game at the award ceremony.

"I was trying to play all my shots. And was trying to be fearless. And was confident about his decisions. Surya bhai and Laxman sir have told me to play my game completely freely. The left-handed batsman said that I can work well on what I think. I don't think about other things. I am still learning.

When Gaikwad was run out due to a mistake in the last match, Yashasvi said, "I made a mistake and I said sorry to Gaikwad. Ritu bhai is very humble and caring. I have also worked a lot on my fitness. "I am improving all my shots. The mental aspect is another thing that I am working on. I have a lot of faith in my practice sessions.