The photo shows the cricket game. -The dark and talented Yashasvi Jaiswal showcased his brilliance with the bat, scoring his double century in Test cricket on the second day in Visakhapatnam. However, former Indian cricketer Gautam Gambhir cautioned against excessively hyping this accomplishment, as it may negatively impact Yashasvi’s natural game due to the increased pressure and expectations. None of the other Indian batters managed to surpass 34 runs. Yashasvi transformed his overnight score into a remarkable 209 off 290 balls, propelling India to a total of 396 all out in the first innings. Consequently, Yashasvi became the third-youngest Indian to achieve a double century in Test cricket and the first left-handed batter to accomplish this feat since 2009. Speaking to PTI hours after Yashasvi’s remarkable achievement, Gambhir passionately urged the global cricket community to refrain from burdening Yashasvi with unnecessary labels and instead, allow him to relish the joy of the sport. Jasprit Bumrah’s outstanding performance of 6 wickets for 45 runs, combined with Kuldeep’s three-wicket haul, set the stage for Yashasvi to step onto the field for his second innings on Saturday. Yashasvi continued his impressive form from the morning session, smashing three boundaries in his unbeaten 15 runs off 17 balls. India concluded the day with a solid lead of 171 runs, having scored 28 runs without losing any wickets in the match.