Mumbai Ranji Trophy batter Yashaswi Jaisal lit up the Duleep Trophy final between West Zone and South Zone with a magical 265 in 323 balls in the second innings. But the Rajasthan Royals player has landed himself into big trouble as he was sent off the field by his captain Ajinkya Rahane.
The umpires had previously warned Jaiswal about continuously sledging opposition batters. But then, after a quick chat with the skipper, the young batter was asked to go off the field where he was clearly angry by his captain's response.
At the 50-over mark, Jaiswal and South Zone batter T Ravi Teja got into a heated argument where the former let out a few expletives as well. Hence the umpires quickly jumped in to defuse the issue along with Rahane who tried to calm Jaiswal. But just four overs later, Jaiswal and Teja got into a chirping battle when the Rajasthan Royals player was sent to the dressing room.
Talking about Yashaswi Jaisal’s double century, the 20-year-old became the youngest Indian cricketer to score double centuries in the final of a first-class competition. He surpassed broke former India and Mumbai captain Ajit Wadekar’s record. Jaiswal scored a double century at the age of 20 years and 269 days, while Wadekar registered double hundred at the age of 20 years and 354 days in 1962 when Bombay vs Rajasthan match.