Stunning Knock 

West Zone's Yashasvi Jaiswal smashed his way to a double hundred in just about two-and-half sessions against South Zone in the Duleep Trophy final.

209 not out 

At the end of the third day's play, West Zone were 376 for 3, courtesy of Jaiswal's unbeaten innings of 209 off 244 balls 

During his attractive knock in which Jaiswal punished South Zone's bowlers, the southpaw powered 23 fours and three sixes. 

23 fours & 3 sixes

After his monumental effort with the bat, Jaiswal broke a 60-year-old record set by Ajit Wadekar. 


Jaiswal has now become the youngest Indian to score a double century in a first-class final. 

Youngest double centurion 

Jaiswal has achieved the mark at the age of 20 years and 269 days. 

20 years & 269 days

Ajit Wadekar scored a double hundred in a final against Rajasthan at the age of 20 years and 354 days while playing for Mumbai. 

Ajit Wadekar 

West now have a lead of 319 runs and even if they declare at lunch on Day four, they will have five full sessions to force an outright victory. 

Duleep Trophy final 

If West Zone fails to enforce an outright result, South Zone will be crowned the Duleep Trophy champions. 

South Zone ahead 

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