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Mesmerising effect of Suryakumar Yadav

Suryakumar Yadav’s 111* off 51 balls against New Zealand had such a mesmerising effect that India opener Ishan Kishan claimed that every member of the team now aspires to bat like the right-hander from Mumbai.

Simon Doull, a former New Zealand fast bowler, grabbed Suryakumar Yadav’s bat at the India vs. New Zealand 3rd T20I pre-match show and claimed it hasn’t had an edge in the last 18 months or so because everything seems to hit the centre of the willow. That is possibly the best way to sum up Suryakumar Yadav in his present state. His strike rate and average this year were an unimaginable combination. In the second game of the series against New Zealand in Mouth Maunganui, SKY scored his second T20I century to help India gain a 1-0 lead after a thrilling T20 World Cup in Australia.

After being promoted to number three, the 32-year-old toyed with the Kiwi spinners to raise India to a daunting 191 for six after New Zealand put the visitors in to bat. The visitors were dismissed for 126 runs in response. Many believe that Surya may have entered the India setup two to three years too late as a result of his recent performances. He stated that being overlooked has been frustrating in the past. “My past is something I keep returning to.

Surya has created the impression that he can do no wrong on a cricket field, and while some of his strokes continue to amaze him, the cricketer insists that he never tries to get ahead of the game.

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