‘Some 90s are…’: Wasim Jaffer, Bumrah lead reactions as Dhruv Jurel plays gutsy knock on tricky Ranchi pitch

Dhruv Jurel, the 23-year-old Indian batter came off age in Test cricket in just his second game for India as he found himself in as tough a situation as it could get and came out trumps. Jurel not only smashed his maiden Test fifty for India, but also lived through the whole range of batting in the format in those 149 balls. Jurel first got his eyes in and was watchful, before he started playing the ball on merit and when he surpassed his fifty and India were eight wickets down, used the long handle to good effect.

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