Yashasvi Jaiswal announced his arrival in international cricket in the latest season of the IPL, where he emerged as one of the most promising cricketers of the coming times. Owing to the brilliant knocks he played in the 2023’s IPL, Jaiswal secured his place in India’s squad in the West Indies tour and opened India’s innings in the first Test. Otherwise known for his calm and composed composure, the 21-year-old Jaiswal could be seen losing his temper on day 2 of the West Indies vs India first Test and was heard abusing a Caribbean bowler in Hindi. 

Jaiswal made his dream debut in the first game of the Test series, where he opened India’s innings alongside skipper  Rohit Sharma. Meanwhile, the youngster was seen losing his cool and shocked everyone when he abused West Indies bowler Kemar Roach in Hindi. Jaiswal was batting with the former India skipper Virat Kohli and was heard abusing the Windies player on the stump mic, as he said, “Hatt na b***c**d saamne se.” 

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Making a grand entry in international cricket, Jaiswal played an explosive knock seemingly announcing that he is here to stay. The Rajasthan Royals star became the third Indian opener to score a century in his first Test, joining Shikhar Dhawan and Prithvi Shaw in the league. Yashasvi took 215 balls to reach the 100-run mark while batting alongside Sharma, who departed at 103 after the duo pulled off a 229-run partnership. 

The Indian opener ended the second day’s play at 143* off 350 balls, while the India great Kohli was at 36* off 96* when it was called a day at Windsor Park in Dominica.