Suryakumar Yadav: Chicharapidugu Suryakumar Yadav Is A World Record In T20: Team India’s star player Suryakumar Yadav is bursting into flames. He is showing universal form in T20 cricket. He is pouring a flood of runs with lightning batting.
Team India’s star player Suryakumar Yadav is bursting with the sky as the limit. He is showing universal form in T20 cricket. He is pouring a flood of runs with lightning batting. Any opponent is biting and beating by saying don’t care. Any bowler has to cross the boundary of the ball. Surya has been showing his strength since he was selected for the Indian team. In this sequence, he created a world record in the short format. The 31-year-old Surya set a record as the first Indian player to score more than a thousand runs in a single year in T20 cricket. He achieved this feat in the 28th innings. Moreover, he became the second cricketer to score 1000 runs in a single calendar year in T20. Before Surya, Pakistani cricketer Mohammad Rizwan achieved this feat in 2021.
Surya, who scored two half-centuries in the T20 World Cup being held in Australia, was impressed with his brilliant innings in the match against Zimbabwe (61 runs off 25 balls, 6 fours, 4 sixes). In this sequence, he completed 1000 runs in international T20s. He became the first cricketer to complete 1000 runs in T20 in a single calendar year. Currently, Suryakumar (1026) is in first place, followed by Mohammad Rizwan-Pakistan (924) and Virat Kohli (731).
Suryakumar also created a record as the player with the highest strike rate (193.96) after facing more than 100 balls in the history of the T20 World Cup. In this T20 World Cup, Surya Kumar was disappointed by scoring only 15 runs in the match against Pakistan.
On the other hand, Suryakumar, who scored a half-century in just 23 balls in the match against Zimbabwe, became the fourth player to score the fastest half-century for India in the T20 World Cup. Yuvraj Singh (12 balls), KL Rahul (18 balls) and Yuvraj Singh (20 balls) are ahead of Suryakumar.
There is not much time in T20 cricket. Like ODIs and Tests, there is no time to get into the crease. You have to play big shots from the first ball. That’s why not all batsmen are suited to this format. But Suryakumar Yadav is not like that. His style of play seems to be born for the shorter format. Hitting boundaries from the first ball is Surya’s specialty.
It must be said that the innings played by Surya in the match against Zimbabwe were a sensation. What he did was 61 runs in 25 balls. But the highlight was the way he played the innings. Bending the body like a bow and hitting shots all over the ground, the onlookers can’t help but be surprised. Usually, we see any cricketer playing to the best of his ability and hitting sixes and fours.
But if you look at Surya’s innings, wherever he falls, he hits shots. Backward, uppercut, logon, logoff, mid-on, mid-off, square leg, cover drive… Surya tried all the shots in cricket. Looking at Suryakumar Kottadu.. thinking what a Kottadu, there is no doubt that there are any strings in his body.
Former South African cricketer AB de Villiers named Mr. 360. If he hits shots all over the ground in batting, it will be a sight to behold. That is why he is described as Mr. 360-degree player. But Suryakumar looked like AB de Villiers today. He seems to live up to the name Mr. 360-degree player by playing shots from all sides of the ground.
Milestone – 1000 T20I runs and counting @surya_14kumar
He becomes the first Indian batter to reach this milestone in 2022.
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