Rahane sends Yashasvi Jaiswal off the field: Was sledding during the final of the Duleep Trophy
Rahane sends Yashasvi Jaiswal off the field: Was sledding during the final of the Duleep Trophy; West Zone won the title
During the final match of the Duleep Trophy 2022, Ajinkya Rahane sent his own team's opener Yashasvi Jaiswal off the field. Because, Jaiswal, 20, was sledding with the batsmen of the rival team. The captain first explained them. But, when the young batsman did not agree, he was shown the way out.
The five-day match was played between South Zone and West Zone in Coimbatore. Which West Zone won by 294 runs on Sunday. This is his 19th title. They have become the team with the most number of titles in the tournament. West Zone overtook North Zone in terms of winning the most titles. The hero of this victory was also Yashasvi Jaiswal. He scored a double century (265) in the second innings of West Zone.
During the final match, Yashasvi was constantly sledding with South Zone batsman Ravi Teja. In such a situation, the umpire on the field warned Jaiswal not to do so. Captain Rahane had to intervene in this matter. Rahane asked Yashasvi to calm down and maintain discipline on the field. Rahan also spoke to Teja. After which the matter was resolved.
Then during the 57th over, the umpire again saw Yashasvi sledding. He called Rahane. After which Rahane asked Jaiswal to leave the field. Satyajit Bachhav was brought on the field as a substitute fielder in place of Yashasvi. However, he was also called back in the 65th over.
After the match, Rahane said- 'Whatever happens, you have to respect the officials of the match, the umpire and the players of your opponents. This is how cricket should be played. Some situations are handled in a special way. This is how the situation could have been handled. I think it was right.' Here Yashasvi said, 'Whatever Ajju bhai (Ajinkya Rahane) says, I take it seriously and try to follow it.
Yashasvi became the fastest Indian player to score 1000 first-class runs in 11 innings with the help of a double century. He is sharing this record.