Proud of My Son But WC Win Would Have Been Better: Yashasvi’s Dad
The 3-wicket loss was India’s first defeat of the tournament and gave Bangladesh their maiden U-19 World Cup title.
India U-19 team lost to Bangladesh in the final of the ICC Under-19 World Cup in South Africa on Sunday, 10 February. The 3-wicket loss was India’s first defeat of the tournament and gave Bangladesh their maiden U-19 World Cup title.
On a day when the Indian unit failed with the bat, Player of the Tournament Yashasvi Jaiswal once again starred with the bat. His 121-ball 88 was the only highlight during the Indian innings, which otherwise saw players getting starts but failing to convert them.
Speaking after India’s loss, Bhupendra Jaiswal. Yashasvi’s father, said he was happy with his son's performance but India winning the World Cup would have been better.
“Really happy with my son’s performance but if India would have won the World Cup then I would have been happier.”Yashasvi’s father
“This was Yashasvi’s first experience and I want him to play better in the future and make the country proud,” added senior Jaiswal.
The father wants his son to continue giving his best for the country.
“I would want my son to continue doing his best for the country. The more he harder hi works, the more success he will get.”Yashasvi’s father
“I am always happy of the fact that my son is making me proud. But if he could have won the World Cup for the country then I would have been happier,” Bhupendra said.
In six matches in the tournament, Yashasvi scored 400 runs at a staggering average of 133.33, including a century against Pakistan in the semis. Apart from the ton, the Mumbai batsman also scored 4 fifties in the competition.
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