Suryakumar Yadav joined the pavilion after scoring 50 runs in the T20 World Cup warm-up match against Australia. However, an incident that happened in this order is causing laughter.
Suryakumar Yadav is rushing at the speed of a typhoon. In this sequence, raining runs, he is attacking the bowlers. His bat was constantly on fire. The 2022 T20 World Cup is all eyes on this Mr. 360 player. Recently, Surya once again showed his batting ability against Australia in the warm-up match. Suryakumar Yadav’s half-century helped India win by 6 runs against Australia. He scored 50 runs in 33 balls and played an innings. Surya hit 6 fours and a six in his brilliant innings.
Meanwhile, Kane fell to Richardson on the fourth ball of the 20th over. After Suriya was caught out, Australian bowler Richardson was seen smiling. However, Surya, who tried to play a huge shot, missed it a bit, gave a catch to the bowler and reached the pavilion. However, the batter and bowler, who were confused as to what had happened, burst into laughter at the thought of this situation. This video is going viral on social media.
Richardson expects a boundary..
The reason Richardson smiled was because of Surya’s lost wicket. Kane Richardson bowled the last over of India’s innings. Richard Son, who bowled the fourth ball, thought it would go beyond the boundary. But, Surya burst into laughter as the shot misfired.
Missing the favorite shot..
Surya misses his trademark shot on the boundary and gives Richardson a catch. Bowler couldn’t believe it. Richardson couldn’t control his laughter as Surya missed his favorite shot. He put his hand over his mouth and started laughing.
What A Win! 👌 👌#TeamIndia beat Australia by 6⃣ runs in the warm-up game! 👏 👏
— BCCI (@BCCI) October 17, 2022
Surya, Rahul half centuries..
Batting first in this match in Brisbane, India scored 186 runs for 7 wickets. Along with Suryakumar Yadav, KL Rahul scored 57 runs off 33 balls. The Australian team chased down the target set by India and were bowled out for 180 runs in 20 overs. Australian captain Aaron Finch scored the highest 76 runs. Six Australian batsmen reached the pavilion without scoring even 7 runs.