Yashasvi Jaiswal Becomes First Indian Batter to Score 150 on his Debut in Overseas Match

Achieving a unique feat, Yashasvi Jaiswal became the first Indian to score 150 runs in his debut Test innings, away from home.

In his international debut, he went past the 150-run mark on Day 3 of the first Test against West Indies.

The 21-year-old on Thursday became the 17th Indian player to score a century on debut in Test cricket when he reached the century on day two of the ongoing first Test against West Indies.

Jaiswal scored an unbeaten 143 from 350 balls on the second day, giving India a healthy lead of 162 runs in the first innings. West Indies was bowled out for a mere 150 on the opening day in Dominica.

On Thursday, Jaiswal became the fourth batter from Mumbai to make a debut Test century for India. With it, he joined the club of Shreyas Iyer (vs New Zealand, 2021), Prithvi Shaw (vs West Indies, 2018) and Rohit Sharma (vs West Indies, 2013).


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