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Wasim Akram Shatters Silence on Yashasvi Jaiswal’s Epic Double Ton – You Won’t Believe His Reaction!

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Emerging as a sensational force on the cricketing stage, Yashasvi Jaiswal has become the talk of the town with his stellar performances against England in the ongoing Test series. The 22-year-old prodigy has been instrumental in India’s recent triumphs, showcasing his extraordinary talent by notching up consecutive double-hundreds, leaving the English side in awe of his Bazball prowess.

In the third Test held in Rajkot, Jaiswal’s masterful innings of 214 runs steered India to a resounding victory, marking England’s most significant Test defeat since 1934. Displaying sheer dominance, the young opener smashed an astonishing 12 sixes in India’s second innings, a feat that mirrors the legendary Wasim Akram’s world record set back in 1996.

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Akram, reminiscing on his own achievement, recalled the challenging circumstances of his record-breaking innings against Zimbabwe at Sheikhupura Stadium. Despite the formidable opposition, Akram’s unbeaten 257 off 363 balls guided Pakistan to a formidable total of 553 in the first innings, albeit ending in a draw as Zimbabwe managed to hold their ground.

Acknowledging Jaiswal’s remarkable feat, Akram emphasized the difficulty of achieving such milestones, even against seemingly lesser opponents. He noted the precarious position Pakistan found themselves in at 170/6 before his heroic innings.

Jaiswal’s remarkable records continue to rewrite history, as he becomes the first Indian batsman to convert his initial three Test centuries into scores exceeding 150. Additionally, he joins the elite ranks as the third youngest player to achieve the remarkable feat of scoring two double centuries in Test cricket.

Not stopping there, Jaiswal shattered the Indian record for the most sixes in a Test innings, previously jointly held by Mayank Agarwal and Navjot Singh Sidhu. With an astounding tally of 22 maximums, Jaiswal now holds the record for the highest number of sixes by any batsman in a Test series. Moreover, India’s collective display of power-hitting in Rajkot saw them smash a staggering 28 sixes, setting a new benchmark for the most number of sixes by any team in a Test match.

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