Yashasvi Jaiswal’s remarkable journey in the cricketing world has been nothing short of a revelation, and in the ongoing IND vs ENG 3rd Test in Rajkot, he once again showcased his immense talent with a breathtaking display of aggressive batting.

After a stellar double hundred in the previous Test, Jaiswal’s onslaught continued as he took veteran English pacer James Anderson to the cleaners, smashing three consecutive sixes in the 85th over.

In a display of sheer dominance, Jaiswal surpassed the Indian record for most sixes in a Test innings, previously jointly held by Mayank Agarwal and Navjot Singh Sidhu, with a staggering tally of ten sixes. His fearless approach to the game was evident as he returned to the crease despite retiring hurt on Day 3, determined to continue his innings after the dismissal of Shubman Gill.

The defining moment of Jaiswal’s innings came in the 85th over when he unleashed a barrage of sixes against Anderson. The first was a powerful slog sweep off a low-full-toss, followed by a lofted drive over deep extra cover off a full-pitched delivery outside the off stump.

Displaying exceptional timing and execution, he completed his hat-trick of sixes with a majestic shot over the bowler’s head from a delivery bowled outside the off stump.

WATCH— Jaiswal Hits Hat-Trick of 6s off Anderson

The English camp was left stunned by Jaiswal’s assault, prompting Anderson to seek advice from skipper Ben Stokes. The young Indian opener’s ability to dominate one of the most experienced bowlers in the world showcased his maturity and class beyond his years.

Jaiswal’s innings was not just about the boundaries but also about the statement he made with his aggressive intent and fearless approach. It was a masterclass in attacking batting, leaving fans and pundits in awe of his talent and potential.

As Jaiswal continues to rewrite records and captivate audiences with his sublime strokeplay, it is evident that Indian cricket has unearthed a gem for the future. With performances like these, he is destined for greatness on the international stage.

By Ritik Sharma

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