“Hatt na benc*** saame se,” Yashasvi Jaiswal abuses in front of Virat Kohli on Test debut

In the ongoing clash between India and West Indies, Yashasvi Jaiswal made a stunning debut in Test cricket by becoming the 17th Indian player to score a century on his maiden appearance. Jaiswal joins the ranks of Shikhar Dhawan and Prithvi Shaw as the third Indian opener to achieve this feat.

His opening partner, Rohit Sharma, also added to the excitement with his 10th Test century and second outside India. With an impressive track record in domestic cricket and the IPL, Jaiswal’s century was highly anticipated against a modest West Indies bowling attack on a slow and spin-friendly pitch.

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The pair of Jaiswal and Sharma set a massive opening partnership of 229 runs, the highest for India against West Indies and the highest outside Asia. Jaiswal’s century signifies his potential as a promising batsman for the Indian team.

During the partnership between Jaiswal and captain Virat Kohli, there was a moment of frustration when fast bowler Kemar Roach appeared to obstruct Jaiswal’s running path. This led to Jaiswal expressing his frustration through an audible Hindi expletive, which was also heard by Kohli. Kohli inquired about the incident and questioned who had obstructed Jaiswal’s running.

“Hatt na benc*** saame se,” Yashasvi Jaiswal can be heard on the stump mic.