Suryakumar Yadav is currently ranked as the top T20I hitter, and his performance against Zimbabwe in the T20 World Cup Super 12 stage showed just why. The right-handed batsman scored 61 runs off just 25 balls, using 6 fours and 4 sixes in the process. Team India was able to score 186/5 in 20 overs because to this batsman’s innings. The hitter came out to bat in the 12th over, giving the Indian innings the much-needed boost. The Melbourne crowd was in for a treat as a result.
After the match, which Team India won by a score of 71 runs, Suryakumar Yadav posted photographs from the game on Instagram with the message, “No better feeling.” Virat Kohli commented on the article with the phrase “Alag level.” Fans made sure that this comment went viral on social media as soon as the former captain of India uttered it. Even the BCCI’s official Twitter account reposted Kohli’s comment, writing: “. @imVkohli approves.”
[email protected] approves #TeamIndia | @surya_14kumar | #T20WorldCup | #INDvZIM pic.twitter.com/2aFdGaqct7
— BCCI (@BCCI) November 6, 2022
This was Suryakumar’s third fifty in the competition, and he once more played some mind-blowing shots throughout the game. Ravi Shastri, a former head coach of India, questioned Suryakumar on the ramp shot that led to the Indian batter’s six over deep fine leg. Surya gave an explanation of his pre-game routine for the stroke. “I mean you got to understand what the bowler is going to bowl at that time. That is a little predetermined at that moment. I have practiced the stroke a lot, when I used to play a lot of rubber-ball cricket. So, you got to be thinking what the bowler is thinking at that time. “If the field is in I just back myself to go, there,” Suryakumar said.