All in vain in front of Suryakumar’s ‘Raftaar’, big records destroyed by the fire of Atishi Batting


Apart from Suryakumar Yadav, Virat Kohli also played a good innings of 49 runs and achieved a big achievement during this time, which no Indian batsman has got.



TV9 Bharatvarsh | Edited By: Sumit Sundriyal



Oct 02, 2022, 9:51 PM IST





Before the T20 World Cup, Team India is worried about the injury of its star fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah. The Indian team is looking a bit weak in the bowling but on the batting front, Rohit Sharma’s soldiers seem to be coming in a strong rhythm and in this, Suryakumar Yadav has emerged as the biggest batsman, who once again smashed South Africa. . (Photo: BCCI)

After a fine half-century in Thiruvananthapuram, Suryakumar took an even more dangerous form in the second T20I in Guwahati, conceding 61 runs in just 22 balls, which included 5 fours and 5 sixes.  (Photo: BCCI)

After a fine half-century in Thiruvananthapuram, Suryakumar took an even more dangerous form in the second T20I in Guwahati, conceding 61 runs in just 22 balls, which included 5 fours and 5 sixes. (Photo: BCCI)

During this innings, Surya also completed his 1000 runs in T20 International and made a record.  He became the batsman to reach this point in the fewest balls.  (Photo: BCCI)

During this innings, Surya also completed his 1000 runs in T20 International and made a record. He became the batsman to reach this point in the fewest balls. (Photo: BCCI)

Surya completed 1000 runs in just 573 balls with a strike rate of 174 in the most stormy manner.  The Indian star broke the record of Glenn Maxwell of Australia, who scored 1000 runs in 604 balls (166 strike rate).  (Photo: BCCI)

Surya completed 1000 runs in just 573 balls with a strike rate of 174 in the most stormy manner. The Indian star broke the record of Glenn Maxwell of Australia, who scored 1000 runs in 604 balls (166 strike rate). (Photo: BCCI)

Not only this, Surya completed his fifty in just 18 balls during his innings and became the joint second fastest Indian to do so.  Surya equals Rahul.  The Indian and world record is still in the name of Yuvraj Singh (12 balls).  (Photo: BCCI)

Not only this, Surya completed his fifty in just 18 balls during his innings and became the joint second fastest Indian to do so. Surya equals Rahul. The Indian and world record is still in the name of Yuvraj Singh (12 balls). (Photo: BCCI)

Not only Surya, but Virat Kohli also scored 49 runs and became the first Indian batsman and the fourth batsman overall to score 11,000 runs in T20 cricket.  (Photo: BCCI)

Not only Surya, but Virat Kohli also scored 49 runs and became the first Indian batsman and the fourth batsman overall to score 11,000 runs in T20 cricket. (Photo: BCCI)


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