Dhruv Jurel’s emotionally hard-hitting words for Rohit ‘bhaiya’, Dravid ‘sir’ makes hearts melt

Dhruv Jurel’s emotionally hard-hitting words for Rohit Sharma and Rahul Dravid. They supported him and chose him for the Ranchi Test.


Dhruv Jurel has become very popular in India because he showed a lot of bravery and determination. He helped India win the 4th Test against England. Jurel played well in both innings. First, he scored 90 runs when the team was not doing well. Then, he helped India chase 192 runs along with Shubman Gill when the team was in trouble at 120/5. Despite being only 22 years old, he showed the maturity of a player who has played 20 Test matches. This is really good for Indian cricket.


Jurel was named the Player of the Match for his great performance. After the Ranchi Test, he shared a heartfelt message on social media. Jurel was part of the Indian squad for a long time, and finally got his chance to play in the previous Test at Rajkot after KS Bharat missed another chance.


In his first innings for India, Jurel scored 46 runs. But his real test came in Ranchi where he played exceptionally well to help India. However, none of this would have been possible without the support of Rohit Sharma and Rahul Dravid, which Jurel appreciated in his post.


“Thank you Rohit bhaiya, Rahul sir for believing in this boy,” he posted along with a fitting picture.


Jurel’s journey is remarkable. His mother sold jewelry to support him, and his father faced criticism from neighbors for supporting his cricket dreams. Finally, Jurel achieved his dream of playing for India. When he received his Test cap from Dinesh Karthik, he touched his mother’s feet, acknowledging her role in his journey.


When it was time for Jurel to perform, he did it brilliantly. India was struggling at 177/7 and needed a good partnership to recover from England’s total of 353 in the first innings. Jurel partnered with Kuldeep Yadav and added 77 runs, helping India reach 307 runs. In the second innings, Jurel scored an unbeaten 39 runs, which was as important as his 90 runs in the first innings. He played well against England’s spinners and patiently built a partnership with Gill, helping India win the match.

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