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Yashasvi Jaiswal

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Jaiswal was close to the batsman and Ravi Teja also complained to him about his constant sneezing. Jaiswal was cautioned, but in the 57th over of the innings, when the on-field umpire complained to him, Rahane spoke to him and asked him to leave the field.

Coimbatore. West Zone captain Ajinkya Rahane set a new example by ordering his undisciplined teammate Yashasvi Jaiswal off the field on the fifth and final day of the Duleep Trophy final against South Zone here on Sunday. Jaiswal played a key role in the team’s victory by scoring a double century in the second innings of West Zone. But on Sunday, he was embroiled in controversy as South Zone surged ahead in their innings ahead of a mammoth target of 529 runs. The 20-year-old hit South Zone batsman Ravi Teja after which his captain Rahane asked him to leave the field.

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Jaiswal was close to the batsman and Ravi Teja also complained to him about his constant sneezing. Jaiswal was cautioned, but in the 57th over of the innings, when the on-field umpire complained to him, Rahane spoke to him and asked him to leave the field. After this West Zone played only 10 players. Jaiswal remained off the field for seven overs and only then returned to the field. West Zone won the match by 294 runs and Jaiswal was named player of the match.

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Rahane has always been known for his discipline on the field. Fast bowler Mohammad Siraj faced racist remarks in Australia when he led the Indian team in the absence of Virat Kohli. Instead of getting tangled up in the pitch, Rahane complained to the match referee. Regarding the incident involving Jaiswal, Rahane said after the match, “I always believe in respecting my opponent, umpire and match officials. So you have to handle certain incidents in a certain way.

Disclaimer:Prabhasakshi has not edited this news. This news has been published from the PTI language feed.



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