Team India’s batsman Suryakumar Yadav’s charm is speaking headlong in T20 International cricket. Surya scored his second T20 International century this year. His innings against New Zealand at Mount Maunganui was brilliant and in this innings he again showed that he is a 360 degree player. He hit many shots behind the wicket, on which he hit fours and sixes. About this, he has revealed how he takes such shots. He has given the practical reason behind this.
Suryakumar Yadav after being named Player of the Match said, “When I went out to bat, the plan was clear. In the 12th/13th over, we thought of batting till the end and had a score of around 170-175 in mind. Secret It’s about the intent (behind his amazing shots) and enjoying yourself in the process. It’s also about the work you do in the practice session. Coming out on the field, playing a complete game and 1 in the series It’s good to get ahead of -0.”
He added, “I think I didn’t think too much about what was happening. Just had my gameplan and it worked well. The crowd support has been good here.” Surya’s batting did not come in the last over, but he had scored 22 runs in the previous over. He scored 111 runs in 51 balls, which included 11 fours and 7 sixes, in the first match of the three-match T20 series against New Zealand. His strikerate was over 217.