Suryakumar Yadav, on Sunday, October 30, turned out to be just the third player to score more than 900 runs in T20Is and also moved onto the list of Top 10 for most runs in T20 World Cup 2022. The 32-year-old accomplished the feat during India’s T20 World Cup 2022 Very 12 conflict against South Africa at the Perth Arena.
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Suryakumar Yadav failed to perform in the match against Pakistan where he was unable to get moving at the Melbourne Cricket Ground when India were pursuing 160. Notwithstanding, he offered to set things right with an unbeaten 25-ball 51 against the Netherlands at the Sydney Cricket Ground.
Against South Africa, Suryakumar Yadav again showed his class. Lungi Ngidi’s four-wicket pull had pushed India on the backfoot from the get-go. In any case, the right-hander showed a lot of self-restraint and scored 50 runs off 30 balls.
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He scored 68 runs off 40 balls with six fours and three sixes before Wayne Parnell represented his wicket in the penultimate over of India’s innings. Yadav attempted to play a shot downtown, yet could track down a top-edge. Eventually, Keshav Maharaj took a simple catch at covers.
On a surface where most Indian players struggled to get their bat to the ball, SKY batted at a strike pace of 170. Besides the fact that he batted at a fast speed yet in addition scored the greater part of the team’s total in a low-scoring spine chiller on a pacer-accommodating wicket.
Regardless of Yadav’s breathtaking knock, India wound up on some unacceptable side of the outcome as the Proteas pursued down the total with five wickets left. Despite the fact that India lost the match, Suryakumar Yadav was the motivation behind why India had the option to go up against the Proteas, and with this thump, the right-hander secured himself as one of the most outstanding T20I player
The batter was likewise inside striking distance to possess the top position in the ICC rankings for T20I players yet completed a nearby second earlier. Suryakumar Yadav is right now positioned third after Devon Conway took the second spot in the most recent ICC rankings.