VVS Laxman stated that with Virat Kohli returning within the second Test, there aren’t any ensures about Shreyas Iyer retaining his spot and so he ought to capitalise on the half century he scored on Day 1 of the primary Test. Shreyas Iyer is the thirtieth Indian to attain a half century on Test debut. (AFP Photo)HIGHLIGHTSIyer is batting at No.5, which is often Rahane’s spotKohli will return to captain the workforce within the second TestIyer scored a half century in Test debut and received India to a robust place on Day 1Shreyas Iyer ought to benefit from the chance he has received within the Kanpur Test as there could be no ensures for his spot as soon as Virat Kohli returns for the second, former batsman VVS Laxman has stated. Iyer, who made his Test debut within the first Test towards New Zealand, ended Day 1 unbeaten on 75 and received India into a robust place with Ravindra Jadeja.
Iyer and Jadeja put up an unbeaten partnership of 113 runs for the fifth wicket as India ended the day on 258/4.”I want him to make it a memorable Test match because once Virat Kohli comes back, there is no guarantee that he will play in the XI. So I hope he plays to his potential and makes it count,” stated Laxman on Star Sports.While Iyer made his worldwide debut in 2017 and is an integral a part of the Indian restricted overs setup, he had not received his Test cap regardless of having a firstclass common of 52.81 and captaining Mumbai within the Ranji Trophy. Iyer was earmarked to be a mainstay within the longest format when he scored 1321 runs within the 2015 Ranji Trophy season.Mumbai and India batting nice Sunil Gavaskar was the one who introduced Iyer his Test cap on Thursday.”What a moment for Shreyas Iyer, receiving his cap from Sunil Gavaskar, a role model he must have had growing up in Mumbai. It’s a huge moment for any representing India in Test matches and wearing that cap I’m sure is a beautiful moment for him,” stated Laxman.Click right here for IndiaIn the present day.in’s full protection of the coronavirus pandemic.