Suryakumar Yadav scored a blistering half-century against the West Indies and led Team India to victory in the third T20. India lead 2-1.
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India has taken a 2-1 lead in the T20 series against West Indies. India won the third T20 match played in St Kitts on Tuesday. West Indies had given a target of 165 runs to India, which they achieved with 6 balls first 3 wickets. India are now ahead in the series after winning the third T20 by 7 wickets. Although after this victory Suryakumar Yadav Leaving Team India and went among the fans. Surya posed for pictures with him and also gave him autographs.
Suryakumar won hearts after the match
BCCI has posted the video of Suryakumar Yadav on social media. In which Suryakumar is meeting the spectators present in the stadium and is also giving them autographs. When the fans demanded a selfie, Suryakumar did not deny it either. Let us tell you that the hero of Team India’s victory was Suryakumar Yadav, who played an innings of 76 runs in 44 balls. Surya was failing in the last two matches but in the third T20, he was seen spewing runs.
Suryakumar’s first half-century after a century
Let us tell you that Suryakumar had scored a century in the T20 series against England and after that his batting seemed to be disintegrating. His bat did not play in the ODI series against England and West Indies. In the first two matches of the T20 series, his bat was silent but in the third T20, Suryakumar played a wonderful innings. The big thing is that Team India Management gave this player the role of opening and he proved himself.
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What was Suryakumar’s plan in the third T20
In the third T20, Suryakumar had made up his mind to bat from 15 to 17 overs. He said that after returning to the Rohit Sharma pavilion, he decided to stand on the pitch for a long time. He wanted to stay at the crease for 15-17 overs. Suryakumar played shots in his own style on the difficult pitch and everyone was stunned to see him. tell suryakumar West Indies Has become the Indian to play the biggest innings in T20 against He broke the record of Pant, who scored 65 runs in 2019.