Ipl prediction 2022 : Fireworks are let off by Suryakumar Yadav on Guwahati Sky, and you can see Sky break a special record by hitting 18 balls in a row.

Since quite some time, Suryakumar Yadav has been hitting some hot streaks with the bat, and on Sunday, in the second T20I match against South Africa in Guwahati, he notched his third consecutive T20I half-century. In addition to smashing an 18-ball fifty, he became the third-fastest Indian to surpass 1000 runs in T20I cricket during the outing.

Surykumar Yadav ignites Guwahati’s sky with pyrotechnics as he blasts an 18-ball 50 to become the third-fastest Indian to achieve the benchmark of 1000 T20I runs.

In order to surpass 1000 runs in T20 international cricket, Suryakumar needs 24 runs in the game. When the Indian openers had a strong start, Suryakumar entered the batting order after KL Rahul was dismissed in the 12th over. He got out to an aggressive start, hitting two boundaries off of his first four balls. He then scored 24 runs off of only 10 balls to surpass the 1000 run milestone.

He accomplished the feat in his thirty-first T20I innings. In only 27 innings, Virat Kohli became the first Indian player to score 1000 runs in T20 internationals. In 29 innings, KL Rahul accomplished it. Suryakumar, meanwhile, is the world’s quickest player to achieve the 1000-run milestone in terms of the quantity of balls encountered. Only he has amassed 1000 runs in less than 600 balls. In only 573 balls and with an incredible strike rate of 174, he reached the milestone.

Fastest to 1000 T20I runs (by balls faced)

573 Surya Kumar Yadav (SR 174) *

604 Glenn Maxwell (SR 166)

635 Colin Munro (SR 157)

640 Evin Lewis (SR 156)

654 Thisara Perera (SR 153)

In the innings, Suryakumar punished the South African bowlers to continue showcasing his excellent form. He went on to register a fifty off only 18 balls, tying KL Rahul for the joint-second-fastest Indian to make a half-century for India in T20Is. His third consecutive fifty in T20Is was this one. In the T20 World Cup against Scotland last year, Rahul scored a fifty in 18 balls.

Fastest 50s for India in T20Is:

12 – Yuvraj v Eng, 2007
18 – KL Rahul v Sco, 2021
18 – Suryakumar Yadav v SA, today
19 – Gambhir v SL, 2009
20 – Yuvraj v Aus, 2007
20 – Yuvraj v SL, 2009

However, after scoring 61 runs off of only 22 deliveries, Suryakumar’s blazing innings came to an end. He had been hoping to play a huge knock. He was ejected in an awful way because Virat Kohli confused him and ran him out. Nevertheless, his innings contributed significantly to India’s 237 runs in 20 overs.

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