India’s Suryakumar Yadav has suffered a sudden rise in world cricket. swashbuckling climbed to the top of the ICC T20I batsman ratings and was also included in the T20 Most Valuable Team Globalism Glass. Surya will now compete for good performance in the future India A tour of New Zealand. Before his tour, Suryakumar had a funny moment with Australian cricketer Amanda Jade Wellington on Twitter.
After a shocking exit from the semi-finals of the T20 World Cup, Team India is preparing for the T20I series against the Black Caps, which begins on November 18. Suryakumar arrived in Wellington on Sunday and shared an update on Twitter. “Hi Wellington,” Suryakumar tweeted.
Meanwhile, Australian cricketer Wellington took the opportunity to elicit a cheeky response to Surya’s post. I wrote “Hi Yadav”.
Hello Yadav 😂 https://t.co/ALgBHmTkI0
– Amanda Wellington (@amandajadew) November 13, 2022
Suryakumar looked brilliant at the World Cup Finals and finished third in the tournament’s top scorer with 239 points. He broke three half-century against the Netherlands, South Africa and Zimbabwe. His performance propelled Team India to the semi-finals but failed to reach the finals against champion England. He will be looking to continue his purple patch against New Zealand in the upcoming series.
Suryakumar reached the most valuable team in the T20 International Cricket World Cup alongside Indian runaway Virat Kohli, who took the top scorer list for the tournament. Kohli finished third in the lineup while Suryakumar took fourth in the batting standings. Four players from England were the champions on the team while the runner-up had two players on the roster. India superstar Hardik Pandya also managed to enter the team as the 12th man.
Four 🏴 players and two each from 🇵🇰 and 🇮🇳
– ICC (ICC) November 14, 2022
Meanwhile, Wellington is currently playing for the Adelaide Strikers in the Big Bash Women’s League in Australia. The spinner has picked up 17 wickets in 10 matches at an astonishing economic rate of 6.59. As things stand, she is the fourth-highest jackpot in the league and also has a distance of five wickets. Wellington was also a vital component of the Australian team led by captain Meg Lanning that won the 2022 World Cup in New Zealand earlier this year.