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Jaiswal, Yashasvi Using England Batter’s Advice for A Fantastic Ranji Trophy Season

Jaiswal revealed that Buttler had advised him to keep using good cricketing strokes and pay close attention to the ball while speaking with his Mumbai teammate Aman Khan.

Jos Buttler, the star player for England, has received praise from young batter Yashasvi Jaiswal for his outstanding performances in the current Ranji Trophy. Jaiswal asserts that having Buttler as a teammate in the IPL has helped him develop as a cricketer.

In the country’s top first-class competition, Jaiswal has maintained his strong run of form for Mumbai. While playing for the Rajasthan Royals, Jaiswal claimed that Buttler gave him some advice, which he has faithfully followed.

Jaiswal revealed that Buttler had advised him to keep using good cricketing strokes and pay close attention to the ball while speaking with his Mumbai teammate Aman Khan.

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Jaiswal added that Buttler had asked him to play in accordance with the circumstances. Jaiswal asserted that he followed Buttler’s advice and found it to be extremely beneficial.

Since rejoining Mumbai’s domestic team, Jaiswal has scored three centuries in two games. Jaiswal made his first-class debut in 2019, but after just one game with the Mumbai team, he was forced to leave in order to play for India in the U-19 World Cup.

He returned to the Mumbai team three years later, and in his first game back against Uttarkhand in the Ranji Trophy quarterfinal, he scored 35 and 103. Then, in the competition’s semifinal match against Uttar Pradesh, Jaiswal amassed 100 runs and 181 runs.

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“Always on his toes,” Jaiswal enjoys the challenge of representing Mumbai.

On Wednesday, Jaiswal was dismissed for 78 runs in the first innings of the Ranji Trophy final against Madhya Pradesh, preventing him from recording his fourth consecutive century.

Jaiswal told his teammate what it meant to him to represent Mumbai in domestic cricket after the game. Jaiswal claimed that due to the constant need to be alert, playing for Mumbai had given him mental toughness.

“I’m pleased with my three centuries. It’s okay that I missed one today. Every time I put this cap on, I feel proud. I consider myself fortunate to own this cap.

I believe that playing for Mumbai has made me mentally very tough. When you play for Mumbai, you must constantly be alert “Jaiswal later on.

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