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Suryakumar Yadav Gives A Cheeky Reply To Virat Kohli Over Break Yuvraj’s record
By CricShots - Sep 2, 2022 5:31 pm
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The flamboyant Indian batter, Suryakumar Yadav played a fantastic knock in the game against Hong Kong and clearly showed why he is rated among the best T20I batters going around. He made a brilliant partnership of an unbeaten 98 with former skipper, Virat Kohli for the third wicket and helped India to reach a huge total.

Suryakumar Yadav
Virat Kohli and Suryakumar Yadav

 The Mumbaikar himself stayed unbeaten on 68 off 26 balls which included six sixes and six fours and ripped apart the Hong Kong bowling attack. Post the game, Virat Kohli had an interaction with Suryakumar and the former skipper hailed the latter for his superlative knock.

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During the interaction, Kohli wanted to know if Suryakumar was aiming to smash six sixes in the final over. The question had popped up after Suryakumar hit three sixes off the first three balls in the final over of the innings and there were immediate comparisons with Yuvraj Singh who hit six sixes in an over in 2007.

Suryakumar Yadav cheekily replied to Kohli stating that he doesn’t want to get past Yuvraj’s record on a funny note. In a video shared by the BCCI, he said, “I was trying my best. But, let’s not get past Yuvi paa.”

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Kohli explained that Yuvraj’s innings were incredible and felt that it was a magical over. He added, “That was a magical over, especially against Broad. That was stunning”.

Meanwhile, India will face the winner of the Group A fixture between Pakistan and Hong Kong game in the Super four stage. The Pakistan-Hong Kong game will be taking place on September 2 at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium and the loser of the fixture will be knocked out of the tournament. Sri Lanka has joined Afghanistan as the qualifying team from Group B after beating Bangladesh in an intense encounter on Thursday, September 1.

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