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‘I think he is a three-design player’: Ravi Shastri backs Suryakumar Yadav to bat at No 5 in Test cricket

Suryakumar Yadav with previous India mentor Ravi Shastri. (Screengrab)
Previous India mentor Ravi Shastri feels Suryakumar Yadav can shock.

Couple with his batting in the Test cricket.

Previous India mentor Ravi Shastri feels Suyryakumar Yadav is ‘a three-design player,’.

And ought to at number five for India in the Test cricket.

“I think he is a three-design player. I realize they don’t discuss him in Test cricket, however he is a three-design player. This person can play Test cricket and stop for a minute, he can shock a couple.

Send him there at number 5 and let him work it up.

Shastri told the authority telecaster after India’s persuading 56-run prevail upon the Netherlands in the continuous T20.

Well to finish up this game, an Indian World Cup debutant and an all-rounder who has moved beyond profession undermining wounds took three wickets each.

A Pakistan player who was level on the ground in the wake of being hit by a shot in the nets two days.

Prior remained steadfast while the remainder of his group fell around him. Then the Pakistan pace assault were as deadly as could be expected.

After which, a record-breaking extraordinary who needed to substantiate himself indeed this year.

Played an innings that could only be described as epic to take India to a success. What a beginning for India, what a beginning for the T20 World Cup itself. That is all there is to it from us for the present, I withdraw wanting to see no less than another match in this competition that would be half pretty much as exciting as this one. Ciao!

Suryakumar Yadav, who smoked51 not out off 25 balls against Netherlands expressed gratitude toward Shastri for showing confidence in his capacities.

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“I actually recollect that he hit me up, he was perched by the pool side, before me making my presentation and told me ‘ja ke bindas dena’ (Proceed to crush them),” reviewed Suryakumar.

It was Ravi Shastri then the lead trainer of the Indian public cricket crew, and had asked Suryakumar Yadav to “remain solid and patient” after he was overlooked for India’s visit through Australia in 2020.

“Surya namaskar. Remain solid and patient @surya_14kumar #MIvsRCB,” Shastri, had tweeted.

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