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India taking on Sri Lanka: “If Suryakumar Yadav Was In Pakistan, He Would Have Become Victim Of…” – Salman Butt.

Twenty20 International Series

After claiming victory in the Twenty20 International Series against Sri Lanka, the Indian Cricket Team is likely brimming with self-assurance at the moment. In Twenty20 International cricket, a victory by 91 runs is a significant margin, so the Men in Blue would be over the moon if they were able to pull it off. The right-handed batsman Suryakumar Yadav was the primary destructor, scoring 112 runs in 51 balls while smashing 7 fours and 9 sixes. In all, he was the leading wrecker.

The inhabitants of the island are going to be dismayed since their batters didn’t put up much of a fight. Charith Asalanka was the subject of very high expectations; nonetheless, the batter was unable to create an impression. If Dasun Shanaka had been able to bowl for a few overs, it would have been beneficial to the team’s chances of reaching their goal.

Salman Butt on Suryakumar Yadav

During a recent conversation that took place on Salman Butt’s YouTube channel, Suryakumar Yadav was brought up in the conversation. When I looked it up, I found out that he didn’t start playing international cricket until he was past 30. Simply put, I believed it was fortunate for him that he was Indian. According to Salman Butt, if he had been playing for Pakistan, he would have been barred from joining the national team because of the over-30 policy (there have been rumours that the PCB under the leadership of Ramiz Raja did not let players who were 30 or older to join the national squad).

A source of pleasure for India

It is stated that this marks the beginning of a new era for the team, which will be led by Hardik Pandya. After suffering a loss in the second Twenty20 international encounter, Pandya must be delighted with how the squad fought back despite the setback. Because Rahul Tripathi produced a breezy cameo of 35 runs in 16 balls, during which he hit 5 fours and 2 sixes, the management is likely to be pleased with the manner that Rahul Tripathi batted. It is fair to say that Axar Patel has developed into a player who can contribute in all three formats for the squad. When bowling wicket to wicket, the all-rounder has shown impressive command over his line and length of delivery. The manner in which he humiliated Wanindu Hasaranga in the second Twenty20 International encounter was a joy to behold, and as a result, the all-rounder has provided India with a another option in the middle order.

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