Indian batter Suryakumar Yadav accomplished a well-compiled fifty with the bat towards South Africa in a T20 World Cup recreation on Sunday. Whereas the remainder of the Indian batting line-up struggled towards the Proteas bowling line-up, Suryakumar utterly thrashed the South African bowling assault in center.
In the meantime, the previous New Zealand skipper Stephen Fleming has mentioned that it is robust to hassle Yadav as a consequence of his ‘open and aggressive stance.’ He additionally emphasised the truth that it is rather troublesome to seek out an space of weak spot in Suryakumar’s batting.
He is kind of created a way which bowlers are discovering it laborious to seek out the fitting lengths: Fleming on Suryakumar
“It is troublesome to seek out an space of weak spot,” Fleming was quoted as saying on the ESPNcricinfo present.
“He simply has a extremely constructive mindset. And he has a really open and aggressive stance which permits him to play in lots of uncommon areas. So he is kind of created a way which bowlers are discovering it laborious to seek out the fitting lengths [against] as a result of in the event that they’re full he’ll hit all the best way over cowl or round; in the event that they’re fractionally quick he’ll go over third man and level,” he acknowledged.
“And something straight, he is excellent with the quick ball. So he is developed a way that is very laborious to seek out an space of weak spot [in],” Fleming added.
In the meantime, the Males in Blue will now tackle Bangladesh of their subsequent group-stage encounter of the T20 World Cup. The likes of Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli, Hardik Pandya and KL Rahul who couldn’t get going towards the Proteas bowling line-up will likely be eager to make an influence with the bat towards Bangladesh.
The encounter will likely be performed on the Adelaide Oval on November 2 (Wednesday). Crew India will look to come back on the highest towards its Asian counterpart and full a thumping victory earlier than transferring ahead forward within the competitors.