‘Suryakumar Yadav Has Gone Past AB de Villiers And Tillakaratne Dilshan And Even They Would Agree’. In the concluding encounter of the three-match T20I series, India easily defeated Sri Lanka by 91 runs. The ever-reliable Suryakumar Yadav, who has lit up the T20I arena with his heroics over the previous year, was a major factor in this victory. Surya provided yet another example of his abilities against Sri Lanka.
After Rahul Tripathi was dismissed after scoring an explosive 35, SKY was put in to bat at position four. He immediately picked up the pace of the innings and slammed 112 runs off of 51 balls to reach his third hundred in the game’s shortest format.
SKY blasted 7 fours and 9 sixes, as well as some of his trademark scoops behind the wicket, to attain this milestone. In fact, he actually fell over while attempting the shot, but the ball still crossed the line.
No one plays the scoop shot better than Suryakumar Yadav, according to Rajkumar Sharma, a former coach of Virat Kohli. Even the experts of the shot, Tilakaratne Dilshan and AB de Villiers, concur with this statement.
‘Suryakumar Yadav Has Gone Past AB de Villiers And Tillakaratne Dilshan And Even They Would Agree’
“It was a fantastic knock. It was pleasing to see how he dominated the bowlers with his improvisations. His bat speed is brilliant while playing the scoop shot, which is not an easy thing to do. It is a very risky shot where the batter has to read the line and length of the ball very quickly. It requires a lot of skill. Even the pioneers of the scoop AB de Villiers and Tillakaratne Dilshan would agree that Suryakumar Yadav has mastered it better than everyone else,” Sharma said.
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Suryakumar Yadav, who now has three T2oI centuries, joins Glenn Maxwell, Colin Munro, Sabawoon Davizi, and Rohit Sharma as the batsmen to accomplish this milestone. He did so in 45 balls, making him the second-fastest Indian batsman to reach the three-figure mark.