Yashasvi Jaiswal Breaks Shubman Gill’s Big Records with T20I Century

Yashasvi Jaiswal  remarkable T20I century at just 21 years and 279 days old surpasses Shubman Gill’s record. Learn about this historic achievement and India’s dominant performance against Nepal in the Asian Games Men’s Cricket Competition.

Yashasvi Jaiswal Breaks Shubman Gill’s Records with T20I Century

In a spectacular display of talent and determination, Yashasvi Jaiswal achieved what many deemed impossible at the tender age of 21 years and 279 days. He not only secured a century in a T20 International but also broke Shubman Gill’s record, Shubman Gill Scored century in 23y 146 days. Yashasvi Jaiswal making history in India’s clash against Nepal at the Asian Games Men’s Cricket Competition 1st quarter-final on October 3, 2023.

Yashasvi Jaiswal Record-Breaking Century 1st Quarter-Final, Oct 3, 2023

Yashasvi Jaiswal century came in breathtaking fashion, with a mere 48 balls and an astonishing 8 fours and 7 sixes. His ability to strike the ball with precision and power left everyone in awe. This remarkable achievement not only led India to a commanding total but also etched Jaiswal name in the annals of cricket history.

India’s Dominance in the Match 1st Quarter-Final, Oct 3, 2023

Winning the toss and electing to bat first, India set the stage for a dominant performance. With Ruturaj Gaikwad and Shivam Dube contributing valuable runs, India amassed a total of 200/4 runs in just 19.5 overs. Rinku Singh’s explosive 37(15) not out added to Nepal’s woes.

India Innings Summary

  • Yashasvi Jaiswal l: 100 off 48 balls (8 fours, 7 Sixes)
  • Ruturaj Gaikwad(c) 25(23)
  • Shivam Dube 25(19)not out
  • Rinku Singh 37(15)not out                                           
  • India: 200/4 runs in 19.5 overs (119 balls), Extras 8


  • Sompal Kami, Sandeep Lamichhane took one wicket each
  • Dipendra Singh Airee took 2 wickets

Key Wickets in the Match 1st Quarter-Final, Oct 3, 2023

While Nepal fought valiantly, India’s bowlers proved too strong. Sompal Kami and Sandeep Lamichhane managed to take one wicket each, but the standout performance came from Dipendra Singh Airee, who claimed 2 crucial wickets. Avesh Khan and Ravi Bishnoi from the Indian side shone brightly, each taking 3 wickets, while Arshdeep Singh and Sai Kishore chipped in with 2 and 1 wicket, respectively.

Nepal’s Gritty Effort  Asian Games Men’s Cricket Competition1st Quarter-Final

Nepal, facing a daunting target of 201, displayed commendable resilience. Kushal Bhurtel’s 28(32) and Kushal Malla’s 29(22) provided moments of hope. However, it was Dipendra Singh Airee’s masterclass batting, scoring 32 off just 15 balls with 4 sixes, that kept Nepal’s hopes alive. Sundeep Jora’s explosive 29(12) and Karan KC’s 18(13) not out showed their fighting spirit.

Nepal Run Chase Summary

  • Kushal Bhurtel 28(32) with 4 four and 1 six
  • Aasif Sheikh 10(6)
  • Kushal Malla 29(22) with 2 four and 2 sixes
  • Dipendra Singh Airee Masterclass batting 32(15) with 4 sixes
  • Sundeep Jora 29(12) with 1 four and 3 sixes        
  • Karan KC Not out 18(13) with 1 four 2 sixes
  • Nepal Team all out 179/9 in 20 overs.


  • Avesh Khan, Ravi Bishnoi took 3 wickets each for India.
  • Arshdeep Singh took 2 wickets and Sai Kishore took 1 wicket for India.

India’s Bowling Excellence

Despite Nepal’s spirited effort, India’s bowling prowess proved insurmountable. Avesh Khan and Ravi Bishnoi, with their exceptional bowling, took 3 wickets each. Arshdeep Singh and Sai Kishore also contributed to India’s victory with 2 and 1 wicket, respectively.

Ultimately, Nepal managed to score 179/9 in their allotted 20 overs, falling short of the target. India’s all-round performance secured them a well-deserved victory, emphasizing their dominance in the Asian Games Men’s Cricket Competition. India beat Nepal by 23 runs.

Yashasvi Jaiswal historic century not only broke Shubman Gill’s record but also highlighted India’s supremacy in the match against Nepal. This remarkable achievement will be etched in cricket history as a testament to Jaiswal’s talent and India’s cricketing excellence.

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