Suryakumar Yadav Batting Include Many X Factor Said New Zealand Former Allrounder
After performing brilliantly for many years in the Indian Premier...
After performing brilliantly for many years in the Indian Premier League, Suryakumar Yadav has now cemented his place in India’s T20 team. Suryakumar Yadav got a chance to debut in the series played against England last year. But in a very short time, Suryakumar has made foreign players also his admirers. Former New Zealand all-rounder Scott Styris is surprised by Suryakumar’s batting and said that his 360-degree game is putting the team in trouble.
Suryakumar had scored 57 runs in his debut innings by hitting a six off the first ball of Jofra Archer, since then he has batted brilliantly. His new performance came in India’s seven-wicket win against the West Indies at St Kitts, where Suryakumar opened the batting alongside skipper Rohit Sharma on a difficult pitch. He played a brilliant innings of 76 runs in 44 balls, which helped India chase the target of 165 runs.
Styris believes that there are many X factors involved in Suryakumar’s batting. Speaking on the ‘Sports Over the Top’ show on Sports18, Styris said, “Suriyakumar incorporates little X-factor in his batting. He is able to play 360 degree shots against every bowler.”
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Since making his debut in T20 cricket, Suryakumar has scored three half-centuries as the number three batsman and two half-centuries coming at number four. But his 76 against West Indies was his first half-century as an opener in T20 cricket. Styris then praised Suryakumar. But he hopes that Suryakumar will bat at number four in the future.
Let us tell you that for the T20 World Cup to be held in Australia this year, Suryakumar’s selection in Team India is being considered fixed. After the return of Virat Kohli, however, Suryakumar will not get a chance to play at number three.
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