Sports Desk. The final match of the 5 test match series between India and England is being played in Dharamshala. Today, the first day of the match was entirely in the name of Indian players. First the trio of Indian spinners wiped out the English team. After this, Yashasvi Jaiswal made a series of new records in batting. Meanwhile, Rohit Sharma also did not lag behind, he also registered his name in the record book. Let us take a look at the records made on the first day of the match today.

Yashasvi crossed the mark of 1000 runs in test

Let us tell you that in the first innings of the fifth Test match against England, Yashasvi Jaiswal played an excellent half-century and scored 57 runs in 58 balls with the help of 3 sixes and 5 fours. He along with captain Rohit Sharma played an innings of 104 runs for the first wicket and gave a strong start to the team. During this time he completed his 1000 runs in Test cricket.

Becomes the second Indian batsman to score 700 or more runs in a test series

Thanks to this inning, Yashasvi Jaiswal has become the second batsman from India to score 700 or more runs in a Test series, defeating Virat Kohli. Virat Kohli had scored 692 runs in a test series against Australia, but Yashasvi left him behind by scoring 712 runs in this test series. Earlier, only Sunil Gavaskar had done this feat twice for India in Tests.

Jaiswal is just 63 runs away from this great record

Sunil Gavaskar had scored 732 and 774 runs against West Indies. If Yashasvi scores 63 runs in the second innings of this match, then he will come first in the list of batsmen who have scored the most runs in a Test series for India.

Reached the figure of 1000 runs in the least number of matches!

With his 1000 runs in Test, Yashasvi Jaiswal has become the first Indian player to reach the mark of 1000 runs after playing the least number of matches. He has accomplished this feat in his ninth match. Let us tell you that in this matter, Don Bradman is at number one, who had scored 1000 runs in just 7 matches. After this comes Everton Weeks who had scored one thousand runs in 9 matches. Herbert Sutcliffe and George Hadlee also reached this milestone after playing only 9 matches.

Rohit completes 50 sixes in WTC

Talking about captain Rohit Sharma, he is second in terms of hitting the most number of sixes in the history of the World Test Championship. In this match, he has crossed the 50 mark by hitting 2 sixes. He has become the second batsman in the world to achieve this feat. At number one, English captain Ben Stokes has hit 78 sixes, while Rohit Sharma now has 51 sixes.

Rohit took his 60th catch in test

Rohit Sharma took his 60th catch in Test today. Before this, he had taken 93 catches in ODI and 60 catches in T20 International. He has become the first player in the world to have more than 60 catches in all three formats. This record is amazing in itself, but Rohit Sharma has done it too. Now it remains to be seen how many more records will be made or broken on the second day of the match.

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