India’s batsman Suryakumar Yadav was at it again as he slammed his second T20I century against New Zealand in the second T20I at Mount Manganui. multiplication first, India They were in a spot of anxiety after a rain break when SKY came out to bat. He quickly took the initiative into his own hands and chased off the bowlers, but his best was destined for the penultimate over against the much-maligned Lukey Ferguson. He went after the bowler, hitting him for five boundaries and one six. By the time, it was over, a hundred mighty slammed. India scored 191 runs on the board with SKY remaining unbeaten at 111 off 51 balls.
After the match ended, the host announcer quickly grabbed him and started asking questions regarding this magical forcing strike Virat Kohli to take notes. Even the wicket-keeper Rishabh also joined in and said, “It was an incredible turn.”
“In the T20, the hundred is always special but at the same time, it was really important for me to bat to the last. Hardik would tell me to bat until the eighteenth or nineteenth, and get a score of 185 or so. After the end of the sixth day Ten, we talked about it in depth. It was important to maximize the last few overs. “I’ve been doing the same things over and over again, into the net and it just keeps repeating for me,” Yadav said after the match.
Suryakumar Yadav showed his unmatched supremacy in the shortest form with a stunning hundreds as India edged out New Zealand by 65 runs in the second T20 here on Sunday. Surya hit a sensational 111 not out from 51 balls in his second T20 century and shot India to 191 for six.
Promoted to No. 3, the 32-year-old played with his bowlers to lift India to the challenge total after New Zealand put the visitors in to bat.
He smashed boundaries and jackets at will, and his last 64 was off just 18 balls. His entertaining innings were 11 fours and seven sixes and his shooting rate was an incredible 217.64.
The New Zealand bowlers looked clueless as Syria maintained some extraordinary runs.
The hosts kept losing wickets in the run-chase and never looked into the chase. In the end, New Zealand were all out for 126 in 18.5 overs.
With the first match over, India now lead the three-match series 1-0 with the final match to be played on Tuesday.