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Watch India vs. Sri Lanka: Suryakumar Yadav’s one-of-a-kind ramp shot in the second Twenty20 International against Sri Lanka fails

Suryakumar shuffled across the crease in response to a high full toss and hit six over a short fine leg. While attempting a ramp shot, Surya moved quickly and missed, leaving the ball behind.

He fell to the ground as a result, but he still managed to hit a six. Suryakumar Yadav is the No. 1 choice for a reason.

The world’s number one T20I batter. In the third T20I against Sri Lanka on Saturday in Rajkot, the star Indian cricketer once more demonstrated his skill by scoring 112* off 51 balls. His third T20I thump.

In just 45 balls, he reached his century milestone. Suryakumar’s innings were notable for the daring shots he hit almost on a regular basis.

In the third Twenty20 International, Suryakumar made shots that other batters might have thought were impossible.

One of these shots was made in the 13th over of the Indian innings, with Sri Lankan pacer Dilshan Madushanka facing the music.

Suryakumar shuffled across the crease in response to a high full toss and hit six over a short fine leg. While attempting a ramp shot.

Surya moved quickly and missed, leaving the ball behind. He fell to the ground as a result, but he still managed to hit a six.

In terms of the match, India lost wickets in the first six overs after electing to bat first. However, Suryakumar and Shubman Gill (46) scored 111 runs to set the stage for the challenging total in Rajkot.

Suryakumar, who is known as a 360-degree player because he can play anywhere on the field, scored his third T20 hundred for India in 45 balls, proving that he is the best batsman in the world at the format.

In the first over, left-arm quick Dilshan Madushanka struck to return the left-handed Ishan Kishan caught at slip by Dhananjaya de Silva for a one.

Rahul Tripathi, 31, who made his debut in the previous match, hit Maheesh Theekshana for three fours in the fifth over with Gill as a company.

Tripathi struck fast bowler Chamika Karunaratne with two sixes each. But he was caught trying to score another boundary. Out of 16 deliveries, he made 35.

After hitting fifty in 26 balls, Suryakumar took control with his all-around hitting, including three sixes with his signature scoop shot over a fine leg. Gill and Suryakumar led the charge.

Scoring 23 runs in the 14th over from Theekshana with seven fours and nine sixes. India ended up scoring 228/5 in 20 overs.

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