On Sunday, Suryakumar scored 117 runs off of 55 balls. As the batter played with the England bowlers to hit boundaries at ease, his innings was laced with 14 fours and six sixes. Suryakumar Yadav
Suryakumar Yadav’s first international century on Sunday at Trent Bridge, Nottingham, was in vain as India dropped the third and final T20I against England. When England batted first, they scored 215/7, stopping India 17 runs short of their target. Suryakumar was the star of the show and nearly single-handedly carried India to victory when other Indian batters struggled to get runs. Although they put up a spirited fight, the visitors ultimately lost the game because the batter didn’t receive enough assistance from the other end.
On Sunday, Suryakumar scored 117 runs off of 55 balls. As the batter played with the England bowlers to hit boundaries at ease, his innings was laced with 14 fours and six sixes. Suryakumar played many superb shots during the knock, but the one that caught everyone’s attention was an inside-out lofted ball over backward point for a six. Suryakumar was dealt a fuller delivery by England pacer Richard Gleeson, and he smacked it with his wrists for a six over backward point.
Even England Cricket’s official Twitter account couldn’t help but share the footage of the shot because of how brilliant it was.
Speaking of the game, Liam Livingstone’s unbeaten 42 off 29 and Dawid Malan’s 77 off 39 helped England reach 215/7 in the allotted 20 overs. With a score of 2/30, Ravi Bishnoi was India’s best bowler, and Harshal Patel finished with a score of 2/35.
India’s innings was terminated at 198/9 in response, despite Suryakumar’s century, as other batters failed to produce noteworthy performances. With figures of 3/22, Reece Topley stood out in the second innings while David Willey and Chris Jordan both took two wickets.
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