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Stats: Yashasvi Jaiswal’s double century powers Mumbai to a 39-run win over Jharkhand

All the stats and recorded broken during Yashasvi’s double ton in Mumbai’s win against Jharkhand.

Yashasvi Jaiswal
Yashasvi Jaiswal. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Mumbai boosted their chances of qualifying for the Vijay Hazare Trophy knockouts following their 39-run win against Jharkhand in the Group A match. Yashasvi Jaiswal record double ton ensured Mumbai finished with a huge total of 358/3 in their 50 overs. The 17-year-old scored 203 from 154 deliveries with 29 boundaries. The 4th wicket partnership of 172 runs between Virat Singh (100) and Saurabh Tiwary (77) kept Jharkhand alive in the chase. Dhawal Kulkarni’s 5-wicket haul ensured the opponents were bundled out with 20 balls still to be played.

All the stats and records that were broken during Yashasvi’s double ton in Mumbai’s win against Jharkhand:

1 – Yashasvi Jaiswal became the first teenager to score a double century in List A cricket. Jaiswal was 17 years and 292 days old on Wednesday which is nearly three years less than Alan Barrow, the previous youngest to this feat. Barrow was 20 years and 275 days old when he scored an unbeaten 202 for Natal back in 1975.

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1 – Jaiswal is also the first player to be born in the 21st century to score a List A double century. The most recent born player to score a List A 200 was Mitchell van Buuren (born in January 1998). He scored 200 while playing for Gauteng in February this year.

In fact, Yashasvi is also the first player 21st century player with a double century in any professional game (FC/List A/T20). The most recent born player with a first-class double ton is Priyam Garg in December last year. The Uttar Pradesh batsman was born on November 30, 2000.


2 – The KSCA ground No.2 in Alur has been the host for two List A double tons – Sanju Samson (212*) and Yashasvi Jaiswal (203) in the last five days. Leicester’s Grace Road and Sydney’s Hurstville Oval are the other two venues to witness multiple double tons.

Rohit Sharma scored his maiden ODI double ton of 209 during an ODI in Bangalore’s Chinnaswamy stadium in 2013. Thus, Bangalore became the 2nd city to host three List A 200s. Sydney also hosted three List A games that recorded double centuries – 2 at Hurstville Oval and 1 at the North Sydney Oval.


6 – Mumbai became only the 6th team and the first from India to have a double century and a 5-wicket haul in the same List A match. Dhawal Kulkarni’s 5/37 in this game is his maiden List A  5-wicket haul for Mumbai.

Alvin Kallicharran is the only player with the all-round double of 200+ runs and 5+ wickets in a List A game. He recorded this double in the 1984 NWB Trophy game for Warwickshire against Oxfordshire. Kallicharran scored 206 and took 6/32 in that game.


12 – Number of sixes Jaiswal struck during his knock; the most by any player in a Vijay Hazare Trophy match. He surpassed the 11 sixes hit by Vishnu Vinod of Kerala during the last week game against Chhattisgarh.


12 – The 12 sixes by the Mumbai opener are the joint 3rd most number of sixes by any Indian in a List A match. Rohit Sharma hit a record 16 maximums during the 2013 ODI in Bangalore against Australia while Yuvraj Singh struck 13 during his 172-run knock against Sri Lanka XI in the warm-up game during the 2008 Sri Lanka tour. Rohit also hit 12 sixes during his 3rd ODI double ton of 208* against Sri Lanka in 2017.


187 – The highest List A score for Mumbai before Yashasvi’s double century was Ajinkya Rahane’s 187 in the 2008 Vijay Hazare Trophy match against Maharashtra. Prior to the 2018/19 season, Rahane’s 187 was the highest individual score in Vijay Hazare history. Karn Kaushal (202) in the previous season while Sanju Samson (212*) and Jaiswal (203) this year struck double tons to overhaul Rahane.


200 – The 200-run opening stand between Aditya Tare and Jaiswal is only the 3rd 200-run partnership for Mumbai in List A cricket for the first wicket. Sachin Tendulkar shared opening stands of 202 and 203* with Sanjay Manjrekar and Manoj Joglekar during the 1994/95 season.

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