Jaiswal scored 400 runs in the Under 19 World, he was the Man of the Series, his trophy was broken while returning from South Africa.
Yashswi's coach Jwala Singh said – this did not happen to him for the first time, he does not even care about it
Dainik BhaskarFeb 14, 2020, 01:05 PM IST Sports Desk. The trophy that was won by Yashasvi Jaiswal, who was the Man of the Series in the Under-19 World Cup, broke down while returning to the country. However, it has now been added. Jaiswal is not worried about it. His coach Jwala Singh said that he only wants to score runs, apart from that he does not care about anything. Yashasvi herself has no regret of breaking the trophy. Please tell that Jaiswal scored a total of 400 runs in this tournament. These include four half-centuries and an unbeaten century. The Indian team had to face defeat against Bangladesh in the final.
He did not care about the trophies … Regarding the trophy breakdown, Yashswi's coach Jwala Singh said, "This is not the first time a trophy has been broken." But, he does not think about these things. He just wants to score runs. Therefore, he has no regrets. " The rising opener scored 88, 105 (not out), 62, 57 (not out), 29 (not out) and 59 runs in the Under 19 World Cup. He could not reach the half-century in just one match. The match was against Japan. In this, the Indian team had a target of only 42 runs.
In a conversation with Dungeon's Agency, Yashswi said, "Under-19 World Cup was for certain age players." Now I have grown up and know that I have to work twice as hard. In this round, giving yourself more time is most important. Therefore, I do not waste time thinking about other things. I think about my game because that is what is most important. I am not against the world but with myself. The only bad habit is that I drink cold drinks. But, I am also leaving now. Because, it contains a lot of sugar. I meditate and am working very hard on fitness as well. "