(Agency) New Delhi, Suryakumar Yadav created a sensation in the second T-20 match. He created a sensation by scoring a century in 49 balls. Suryakumar Yadav’s second century in T20 Internationals. Importantly, apart from scoring a century, this batsman has also made a special record in his name.
Suryakumar Yadav has also surpassed Yuvraj Singh in the list of most sixes in T20 Internationals. Yuvraj hit 74 sixes in his T20 international career. So now Suryakumar Yadav has 79 sixes in his name. Rohit Sharma currently holds the record for most sixes in T20 Internationals.
Rohit has hit a total of 182 sixes in T20 Internationals so far. Suryakumar Yadav hit 11 fours and 7 sixes during his batting. Suryakumar Yadav had a blast scoring runs with a strike rate of 217. Apart from Suryakumar, Kishan scored 36 runs in 31 balls.
India batted first in this match and scored 191 runs for 6 wickets in 20 overs. Importantly, Kiwi captain Williamson won the toss and decided to bowl first. Kiwi bowler Tim Saudi completed his hat-trick by taking three consecutive wickets in the 20th over, but Suryakumar Yadav kept the color in the match.
After Suryakumar Yadav, Deepak Hooda also performed well. The experienced and good players of the Indian youth brigade defeated New Zealand by a huge margin of 65 runs in the second T20 International match. On the small ground of Mount Maunganui, Suryakumar Yadav scored a century in 49 balls and took India to 191 runs.
So the Kiwi team could only reach 126 runs. Deepak Hooda also took 4 wickets. By doing this, India has won the three-match T20 series 1-0. The first match of the series was washed out due to rain. Earlier, Suryakumar Yadav, who is in great form, scored a century in the second T20 match against New Zealand and scored 191 runs for 6 wickets.
Suryakumar helped the New Zealand bowlers create a challenging score. He batted brilliantly and hit 11 fours and seven sixes. New Zealand won the toss and decided to bowl and it fell hard for them. Namely, 26 minutes were lost due to rain but no overs were shortened.