Suryakumar Yadav is one of the terrific hitters of the cricket ball. The flamboyant batsman has well and truly thrived in the showpiece event and gave us so many memories by smashing sixes and fours in Australia.
Barring a rare failure against Pakistan when he was dismissed for a cheap score, he totally looked in complete control with the bat in the ongoing edition of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022.
The star cricketer has smashed three half-centuries in the five games he played for India in Super 12. Moreover, he has maintained a terrific batting average of 75 and a sensational strike-rate of 193.
He scored a magnificent 60 off 48 against South African cricket team at Perth Stadium when all other players of the Indian cricket team failed miserably. Suryakumar hit a sensational 61 off 25 balls including 6 fours and 4 sixes against Zimbabwe cricket team at Adelaide Oval.
Rohit Sharma heaps praise on Suryakumar Yadav
Indian captain Rohit Sharma reserved the highest respect for in-form Suryakumar Yadav for his incredible ability to play aggressive cricket with relative ease. Suryakumar has time and again made his batting look so easy.
The fact that he has been able to decimate the opposition from the word go tells us about the sheer quality that he brings to the table. Having a player like him in the team is always a massive advantage because he can literally take the game away from the opposition.
Ever since he made his T20I debut for India, there was no looking back as Surya scored runs when it mattered the most for the team. Meanwhile, Indian captain Rohit Sharma said the dugout can really be at ease when Suryakumar Yadav bats. Suryakumar is currently the second leading run-getter for India in the ongoing T20 World Cup. He scored 225 runs in five games including three fifties
Here’s how Twitterati reacted after Rohit Sharma showered praises on Suryakumar Yadav
Rohit Sharma said, "when Suryakumar Yadav bats, dugout can really be at ease"
— Mufaddal Vohra (@mufaddal_vohra) November 6, 2022
He is right, dugout can't really be at ease & remain very uncertain as they don't know how long are openers going to remain at crease!
— ?? BN Sharma, IG (Retd) (@BholaNath_BSF) November 6, 2022
No wonder Rohit Sharma returns to dugout so soon … to get best seat possible ?
— parody of sureshB(costumes for keenu in john Wick) (@sureshbtweets) November 6, 2022
When Rohit Sharma bats, the dug out needs to be padded up
— Eric Ten Shag (@Rooney84904575) November 6, 2022
that's why he gets out early, to enjoy Surya's batting in dugout
— vp. (@venxeancee) November 6, 2022
Is that why he departs early? Rohit needs to get back among runs. It's a do or die match against England four days later. Both him & Rahul needs to give India a strong start against Woods, Woakes & co.
— Nirvana (@RahulThinksSo) November 6, 2022
Dugout be like? pic.twitter.com/eDSbag5RoI
— being_honest_777 (@tailorhardik2) November 6, 2022
But i seriously doubt when their pressure situation wickets down, whether he can bat like this till to d end and win it fr us like virat do
— Ashok (@aks11179905) November 6, 2022