suryakumar yadav’s video went viral
Six were touched on the last ball against the Netherlands
Fifty innings of 51* runs played at a strike rate of 200
New Delhi. In the eighth season of the T20 World Cup, the Indian team is racing on the trail of galloping victory. The Indian team first beat their rivals Pakistan by four wickets in a thrilling game. After that, in his second game against the Netherlands, he won by 56 points. During the match, three batsmen from the top order of the Indian team marked the 50th. In the opener, captain Rohit Sharma scored 53 runs on 39 balls. Meanwhile, veteran drummer Virat Kohli’s bat is up again. King Kohli, who played a belligerent half-century of 82* against Pakistan, also played a fine half-century of 62* against the Netherlands.
Apart from those two batsmen, Suryakumar Yadav, who came up to bat at the fourth order for the Indian team, played an explosive fifty-one 51* carries on just 25 balls. During the match, his strike rate remained above 200. The evergreen batsman ended the 10th half-century of his T20 International cricket career by hitting a six on the last ball of the innings. The video of this moment is going more and more viral on social networks.
It’s beautiful – Suryakumar Yadav watches his celebration with Virat Kohli and enjoys it. pic.twitter.com/MQ2SnvFca4
— (@superking1815) October 28, 2022
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Now Suryakumar Yadav’s reaction has also come on the video which has gone viral on social media. In the video shared by a fan, Suryakumar Yadav is seen staring at his gorgeous six. After that, lying on the bed was seen celebrating those sixes.
His fans are also very fond of this Yadav video. Yadav is currently the cornerstone of the Indian team’s middle order. He alone put many matches in the bag of the Indian team.
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FIRST POST: October 29, 2022, 06:49 HST