IND vs. ENG: Jaiswal becomes the third-youngest Indian to reach 200 with a double-century

Jaiswal, at 22 years and 37 days, is the youngest double centurion for India, just beaten by Vinod Kambli and Sunil Gavaskar.

In Saturday's second Test match between India and England in Visakhapatnam, Yashasvi Jaiswal made history by becoming the third-youngest player in Indian history to get a double hundred.

Jaiswal, at 22 years and 37 days, is only behind Vinod Kambli and Sunil Gavaskar on the list.

While Kambli got a double ton to his name at the age of 21 years and 32 days, Gavaskar got it at 21 years and 277 days.

The southpaw overtook Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi on the list, who had scored a double ton at the age of 23 years and 34 days.

Resuming the day on 179 runs, Jaiswal needed just eight overs to cross the 200-mark.

He slog-swept Shoaib Bashir for a six and a four to bring up the milestone.