With his helicopter shot, Suryakumar Yadav reminds us of MS Dhoni

After scoring 50 against Australia with a helicopter shot, Suryakumar Yadav compares himself to MS Dhoni.

Suryakumar Yadav once again showcased his ability on Sunday during the third Twenty20 International match against Australia by hitting 69 runs in just 36 balls.

Suryakumar Yadav will be an important player for India in the 2022 T20 World Cup. His No. 4 batting position gives the Indian middle order solidity, and he is currently ranked third in the world for T20 Internationals. The star’s talent was once again on display in the third T20I encounter against Australia on Sunday as he smashed 69 off just 36 balls. In one inning, he smashed five sixes and five fours. He scored the go-ahead run against Adam Zampa in the 13th over, off just 29 balls, raising the total to 50 runs. The perfect helicopter shot served as evidence of Suryakumar’s talent.

Australia scored 186 for six after being asked to bat in the game. Cameron Green (52) scored the first goal, while Tim David (54) added the finishing touch. Axar Patel (3/33) was able to take advantage of the grip and turn of the pitch to take three wickets and complete an amazing run out. Also in the area, Yuzvendra Chahal (1/22) cast a spell that was both affordable and effective.

After 187, Suryakumar Yadav (69) oversaw the destruction while Virat Kohli (63) acted as his sidekick.

At the halfway stage, India had eight wickets in hand and needed 96 runs.

As the pair plundered 15 runs off Adam Zampa’s twelfth over, Suryakumar swiftly reached fifty.

Suryakumar’s outstanding performance was cut short by Australia’s comeback, which came with India needing 53 runs off its final six overs.

But Kohli persisted, striking Pat Cummins for a six in the very next over. He reached his maiden fifty of the series in 36 balls. In 19.5 overs, India managed to score the target.

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