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Suryakumar Yadav Hits Mind-Blowing Century In 2nd T20I of New Zealand vs India

On Sunday, November 20, the second T20 International of New Zealand vs India will take place at Mount Maunganui’s Bay Oval. The first match of the three-match series in Wellington was washed out, hence the winner has not yet been determined.

After losing in the quarterfinals of the just-finished ICC T20 World Cup 2022, both countries will be hopeful that the weather does not ruin their chances of starting new this time.

The Indian team, captained by all-around superstar Hardik Pandya, would be hoping to make a positive first impression by taking on the Kiwis in their own backyard with a reserve team. A victory here would be encouraging for the Men in Blue’s spirits.

On the other hand, New Zealand would be counting on home advantage and some of the more seasoned players to get off to a fast start in this T20I series. The Kane Williamson team will aim to bounce back from their early 2020 0-5 defeat and make a strong statement in the ongoing bilateral series.

“It Was Important to Maximize the Last Few Overs”, Suryakumar Yadav

NZ VS IND: Suryakumar Yadav After His Mins-Blowing Century In 2nd T20I vs New Zealand
NZ VS IND: Suryakumar Yadav After His Mins-Blowing Century In 2nd T20I vs New Zealand

Against New Zealand, India scored 191 for six in the second T20 International game on Sunday, all because of Suryakumar Yadav’s outstanding performance. At the Bay Oval, Ishan Kishan needed 31 pitches to get 36 runs.

Whilst India, which was granted the chance to bat first, lost Rishabh Pant (6) early. After a fantastic T20 World Cup performance, Suryakumar Yadav kept up the momentum and pounded his way to an undefeated 111 off just 51 balls. He scored 11 fours and seven sixes.

A hundred is always exceptional in T20, but it was also crucial for me to bat all the way through. Hardik advised me to continue to bat until the 18th or 19th over and reach a score of around 185.

We discussed going deep after the 16th over had ended. Maximizing the last few overs was crucial. Have been performing identical actions repeatedly in the nets, but it’s not working for me.

Surya Is Doing The Same as Virat Kohli

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Suryakumar Yadav batted at number three in place of Virat Kohli and pounded out boundaries and sixes mercilessly, scoring his final 64 runs in the span of just 18 balls. Surya kept it “simple” and used his incredible variety of strokes in accordance with the field placements.

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Despite the fact that it didn’t appear to be simple to the untrained eye. If the spinners pitched it full on his off stump, he was willing to play the inside-out shot over cover. If the faster bowlers attacked his stumps on a decent length.

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He helped the ball travel over fine leg for a number of sixes. Suryakumar Yadav totalled seven sixes and eleven fours. With an overhead shot that sailed past sweeper cover, he needed only 49 balls to reach his second century.

Suryakumar Yadav went off the rails in Lockie Ferguson’s penultimate over, hitting four boundaries and an unbelievable six over a deep point. The fast bowler had certainly exhausted all of his options with Surya in form.

On Sunday, November 20, the second T20 International of New Zealand vs India will take place at Mount Maunganui’s Bay Oval. The first match of the three-match series in Wellington was washed out, hence the winner has not yet been determined.

After losing in the quarterfinals of the just-finished ICC T20 World Cup 2022, both countries will be hopeful that the weather does not ruin their chances of starting new this time.

The Indian team, captained by all-around superstar Hardik Pandya, would be hoping to make a positive first impression by taking on the Kiwis in their own backyard with a reserve team. A victory here would be encouraging for the Men in Blue’s spirits.

On the other hand, New Zealand would be counting on home advantage and some of the more seasoned players to get off to a fast start in this T20I series. The Kane Williamson team will aim to bounce back from their early 2020 0-5 defeat and make a strong statement in the ongoing bilateral series.

“It Was Important to Maximize the Last Few Overs”, Suryakumar Yadav

NZ VS IND: Suryakumar Yadav After His Mins-Blowing Century In 2nd T20I vs New Zealand
NZ VS IND: Suryakumar Yadav After His Mins-Blowing Century In 2nd T20I vs New Zealand

Against New Zealand, India scored 191 for six in the second T20 International game on Sunday, all because of Suryakumar Yadav’s outstanding performance. At the Bay Oval, Ishan Kishan needed 31 pitches to get 36 runs.

Whilst India, which was granted the chance to bat first, lost Rishabh Pant (6) early. After a fantastic T20 World Cup performance, Suryakumar Yadav kept up the momentum and pounded his way to an undefeated 111 off just 51 balls. He scored 11 fours and seven sixes.

A hundred is always exceptional in T20, but it was also crucial for me to bat all the way through. Hardik advised me to continue to bat until the 18th or 19th over and reach a score of around 185.

We discussed going deep after the 16th over had ended. Maximizing the last few overs was crucial. Have been performing identical actions repeatedly in the nets, but it’s not working for me.

Surya Is Doing The Same as Virat Kohli

READ MORE: Australia Penalized for Slow Over-Rate In 1st ODI of Australia vs England In Adelaide

Suryakumar Yadav batted at number three in place of Virat Kohli and pounded out boundaries and sixes mercilessly, scoring his final 64 runs in the span of just 18 balls. Surya kept it “simple” and used his incredible variety of strokes in accordance with the field placements.

Despite the fact that it didn’t appear to be simple to the untrained eye. If the spinners pitched it full on his off stump, he was willing to play the inside-out shot over cover. If the faster bowlers attacked his stumps on a decent length.

He helped the ball travel over fine leg for a number of sixes. Suryakumar Yadav totalled seven sixes and eleven fours. With an overhead shot that sailed past sweeper cover, he needed only 49 balls to reach his second century.

Suryakumar Yadav went off the rails in Lockie Ferguson’s penultimate over, hitting four boundaries and an unbelievable six over a deep point. The fast bowler had certainly exhausted all of his options with Surya in form.

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On Sunday, November 20, the second T20 International of New Zealand vs India will take place at Mount Maunganui’s Bay Oval. The first match of the three-match series in Wellington was washed out, hence the winner has not yet been determined.

After losing in the quarterfinals of the just-finished ICC T20 World Cup 2022, both countries will be hopeful that the weather does not ruin their chances of starting new this time.

The Indian team, captained by all-around superstar Hardik Pandya, would be hoping to make a positive first impression by taking on the Kiwis in their own backyard with a reserve team. A victory here would be encouraging for the Men in Blue’s spirits.

On the other hand, New Zealand would be counting on home advantage and some of the more seasoned players to get off to a fast start in this T20I series. The Kane Williamson team will aim to bounce back from their early 2020 0-5 defeat and make a strong statement in the ongoing bilateral series.

“It Was Important to Maximize the Last Few Overs”, Suryakumar Yadav

NZ VS IND: Suryakumar Yadav After His Mins-Blowing Century In 2nd T20I vs New Zealand
NZ VS IND: Suryakumar Yadav After His Mins-Blowing Century In 2nd T20I vs New Zealand

Against New Zealand, India scored 191 for six in the second T20 International game on Sunday, all because of Suryakumar Yadav’s outstanding performance. At the Bay Oval, Ishan Kishan needed 31 pitches to get 36 runs.

Whilst India, which was granted the chance to bat first, lost Rishabh Pant (6) early. After a fantastic T20 World Cup performance, Suryakumar Yadav kept up the momentum and pounded his way to an undefeated 111 off just 51 balls. He scored 11 fours and seven sixes.

A hundred is always exceptional in T20, but it was also crucial for me to bat all the way through. Hardik advised me to continue to bat until the 18th or 19th over and reach a score of around 185.

We discussed going deep after the 16th over had ended. Maximizing the last few overs was crucial. Have been performing identical actions repeatedly in the nets, but it’s not working for me.

Surya Is Doing The Same as Virat Kohli

READ MORE: Australia Penalized for Slow Over-Rate In 1st ODI of Australia vs England In Adelaide

Suryakumar Yadav batted at number three in place of Virat Kohli and pounded out boundaries and sixes mercilessly, scoring his final 64 runs in the span of just 18 balls. Surya kept it “simple” and used his incredible variety of strokes in accordance with the field placements.

Despite the fact that it didn’t appear to be simple to the untrained eye. If the spinners pitched it full on his off stump, he was willing to play the inside-out shot over cover. If the faster bowlers attacked his stumps on a decent length.

He helped the ball travel over fine leg for a number of sixes. Suryakumar Yadav totalled seven sixes and eleven fours. With an overhead shot that sailed past sweeper cover, he needed only 49 balls to reach his second century.

Suryakumar Yadav went off the rails in Lockie Ferguson’s penultimate over, hitting four boundaries and an unbelievable six over a deep point. The fast bowler had certainly exhausted all of his options with Surya in form.

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