T20 World Cup 2022: Suryakumar Yadav. Team India’s star batsman and the new Mr 360 of the cricket world. The Indian team’s journey in the T20 World Cup may have come to an end, but in all the matches in which Surya’s bat spoke, he was discussed all over the world. Former India batting coach Sanjay Bangar has said that charismatic batsman Suryakumar Yadav can revolutionize Indian T20 cricket and India will have to look for more talented players like him to build the team of the future.
Bangar’s big statement
Cricket commentator and head coach of IPL franchise Royal Challengers Bangalore said that England’s success in the ongoing T20 World Cup in Australia, with the team currently having an all-rounder, was right for their line-up. England will take on Pakistan in the T20 World Cup final at the MCG after thrashing India by 10 wickets in the semi-finals, which saw skipper Jos Buttler’s unbeaten 80 and Alex Hales smash India’s bowling with an unbeaten 86.
‘We will bring revolution in T20 cricket’
“Suryakumar Yadav is the kind of player who will revolutionize Indian T20 cricket. You have to find more good players like him in the England team,” Bangar told Star Sports. 32-year-old Suryakumar scored 239 runs in 6 matches at a strike rate of 189.68 in the mega tournament. The former coach felt that Suryakumar’s ability to play shots around would inspire more cricketers. “Players who can target both sides of the wicket with their shots, can play switch hits, reverse sweeps and I think such players will get more incentive. The more options they have, the more they get,” he said. Plays all kinds of shots. He is an inspiration and you will get to see more players who play like this.”
Suryakumar has become an all-round batsman
The 50-year-old former player said Suryakumar is an “all-round batsman” and praised him for performing under pressure in overseas conditions. “He has become a complete all-round batsman. There was a time when Suryakumar Yadav was known to play only shots at fine leg. Now his range has increased, his stature has increased,” he said. He further added, “The special thing is that in pressure situations, be it Australian or England conditions, which are considered the most difficult to bat, he has managed to make an impact there as well.”