Suryakumar Yadav has been batting like a ‘man on mission’ and he has appeared unstoppable up to now within the T20 World Cup 2022. The proper-hander has had an exceptional 12 months in worldwide cricket and has scored probably the most T20I runs in 2022. He had already notched up India’s quickest half-century within the event this 12 months and added one other good knock to his record within the recreation in opposition to Zimbabwe.
Coming in at 87 for two within the 12th over, Suryakumar was up and working right away with some prolific stroke-making of the very best order. He capitalised on the again finish of the innings when the bowlers had been underneath strain and took India to 186 for five of their 20 overs. The 32-year-old hit a variety of 360-degree pictures and the ultimate shot to finish the Indian innings captured a variety of consideration.
Suryakumar performed a sweep shot earlier within the 20th over off Richard Ngarava which went for an enormous six within the high-quality leg space and the Zimbabwe skipper Craig Ervine made an adjustment within the discipline by having a deep sq. leg finer for the shot. Whereas most batters would have most popular to not go for a similar shot once more, Suryakumar performed the same type of paddle sweep a lot finer and accomplished India’s innings with one other most.
The issue of the shot was fairly excessive and Ngarava had bowled the supply on the fifth stump on the off facet to comply with the batter. Regardless of not having a lot room to play, Suryakumar saved his cool and performed the shot over the brief high-quality leg fielder. It was a shot of the very best class from Suryakumar and confirmed the type of kind he’s in.
Right here’s the video of Suryakumar’s shot
Suryakumar Yadav scored a blistering 61 from 25 deliveries in opposition to Zimbabwe and gained the participant of the match award after India comprehensively #SuryakumarYadav #T20Iworldcup2022 #No1 #Indvzim
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In the meantime, Suryakumar’s 61 off 27 balls included 4 sixes and 6 fours in his innings and he has now moved onto the third place on the highest run-getter record of the event with 225 runs.