Suryakumar Yadav’s luster showed up yet again on Sunday as he smashed 69 off simply 36 rounds in the third T20I against Australia

Suryakumar Yadav is a vital gamer for India going into the 2022 T20 Globe Mug. He is currently ranked No. 3 in the world in T20Is and batting at No. 4 supplies solidity to the Indian middle order. The star’s radiance showed up yet again on Sunday as he wrecked 69 off just 36 spheres in the third T20I against Australia. His innings consisted of 5 sixes and also five fours. He reached the 50-run mark off simply 29 rounds when he hit Adam Zampa for the maximum in the 13th over. It was a perfect helicopter shot and also showed Suryakumar’s expertise.

Watch: Suryakumar Yadav gets to 50 with helicopter shot

SKY dazzled & how!

ICYMI: Here’s how he brought up his before being eventually dismissed for 69.

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Talking about the match, Cameron Eco-friendly (52) scored ahead of time while Tim David (54) offered the final prosper as Australia uploaded 186 for 6 after being invited to bat. With the pitch offering grip and also turn, Axar Patel(3/33) picked 3 wickets, while also performing a spectacular go out. Yuzvendra Chahal (1/22) was additionally in his component, bowling an economical spell.

Chasing 187, While Suryakumar Yadav (69) coordinated the carnage, while Virat Kohli (63) played the 2nd fiddle.

At the halfway mark India required 96 with 8 wickets in hand.

Suryakumar soon brought his fifty as the duo plundered 15 off Adam Zampa’s 13th over.

Australia made a comeback, finishing Suryakumar’s superior innings with India needing 53 off the last six overs.

Kohli, nevertheless, continued to deal with his business, whacking Pat Cummins for a 6 in the extremely next over. He brought his first fifty of the collection in 36 rounds. India got to the target in 19.5 overs.

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Last Updated: 26 September 2022