Suryakumar Yadav has become one of the main batsmen of India and by getting him out early, New Zealand stopped India from scoring big.
Suryakumar got out early in the first ODI. (AFP photo)
The three-match ODI series between India and New Zealand has started from Friday. The first match is being played at Eden Park. In this match, the Indian team batted first. New Zealand has already lost the T20 series to India at home. Now he will try his best to name the ODI series. That’s why he also made preparations. New Zealand knows that India’s batsmen Suryakumar Yadav How dangerous it can be for him and he had prepared for that too, so Suryakumar could not score many runs in this match.
Suryakumar faced only three balls in this match and scored four runs. Although India scored a good score while batting first. Team India scored 306 runs losing seven wickets in the entire 50 overs. Shreyas Iyer’s 80, Captain Shikhar Dhawan’s 72 and Shubman Gill’s 50 contributed significantly in this.
fielder near 30 yards
Suryakumar was dismissed on the fifth ball of the 33rd over. Suryakumar tried to punch Lockie Ferguson’s short ball in the line of off stump but the ball took the edge of his bat and went to Finn Allen standing in the slips. Finn Allen did not make any mistake in catching the catch. But a strange thing was seen in this catch. Finn Allen was in the slip but the position of the slip was slightly different. Usually the slip stands well inside the 30 yard circle but Allen was standing very close to the circle.
Suryakumar had shown a great game in the World Cup and he is currently running in excellent form. Ferguson got his wicket with his best bowling and prevented India from scoring more because if Suryakumar had stayed till the end, India’s score could easily cross 330.
hey Lockie, yeh thoda jyada ho gaya
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Sundar added color
After Suryakumar’s departure Team India Sanju Samson was responsible for taking him to a big score. However, he could not live up to it. Sanju scored only 36 runs. He hit four fours while facing 38 balls. He was dismissed on the fourth ball of the 46th over. Although Washington Sundar showed good hands. He scored an unbeaten 37 off 16 balls with the help of three fours and three sixes. During this, his strike rate was 231.