Suryakumar Yadav has become an all-around player, India needs more players like him: Sanjay Bangar



Sanjay Bangar suggested that Suryakumar Yadav is a comprehensive mixture and India Need more players like him. The 32-year-old has been in great shape off the bat as he’s already smashed over 1,000 passes in the T20Is this year so far. Suryakumar set the T20 WC on fire with his 360-degree shot as he scored 239 throws in six matches with a strike rate of 189.68 in the tournament.

The former Indian batting coach said that India should find more multi-dimensional players and also noted that England have players from all sides to the end of their squad.

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“Suriyakumar Yadav is a player who will revolutionize Indian T20 cricket. You will have to find more multi-dimensional players like him, just like the England team, which is full of all players up to No. 9 or No. 10,” Bangar told Star Sports.

England will face Pakistan in T20 Globalism Cup final in the MCG after defeating India by 10 wickets in the semi-finals, as captain Joss Butler and Alex Hals mocked Indian bowling, scoring in their 80s.

The former coach felt Suryakumar’s ability to play shots all over the park would inspire more cricketers and India would soon see more players with these qualities.

“Players who can target both sides of the wicket with their shots, can play knockouts, reverse sweeps and find funky pockets, I feel these guys will get more encouragement. How many options he has, he plays all kinds of shots. He is an inspiration, you will see More players playing this way in the future,” Bangar added.

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The 50-year-old added that Suryakumar has turned into an “all-around racket” and praised him for his performances under pressure in outdoor conditions.

“He has become a quite all-round hitter. There was a time when Suryakumar Yadav was known for playing shots only on beautiful leg. Now his range has increased, and his stature has increased.”

“The special thing is that in pressure situations, whether it’s Australian or English conditions, which are the hardest hits, he went there and in his first round itself, he made his mark,” he added.

(with IANS input)

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