Former New Zealand all-rounder Scott Styris thinks Suryakumar Yadav goes to No. 4 because to his “seniority” even if he seems at ease with India’s new opening combination.
Suryakumar Yadav’s rapid effort in the third T20 match against the Windies, which included eight fours and four sixes, enabling the visitors to easily reach the goal with an extra over to spare.
Suryakumar Yadav led India to a seven-wicket victory over the West Indies on Tuesday in the third T20 international with an aggressive 76. A right-handed hitter at the top is a strategy that is currently being tested and seems to be working. Yadav’s 360-degree batting technique, which created boundaries with ease, gave fans a glimpse of India’s aggressive approach to the 20-over format.
The visitors from St. Kitts sailed to the goal with an over to spare thanks to his rapid work, which featured eight fours and four sixes. Yadav, who was leading the Indian chase, won a lot of praise for his original stroke-play with an inside-out drive for a six and a fantastic ramp shot.
In India’s new starting lineup, Suryakumar Yadav seems at relaxed, but Scott Styris thinks he drops to No. 4 due to “seniority.” Both Virat Kohli and KL Rahul are not participating in the current West Indies tour. Yadav remains at No. 4 as Rahul and Rohit bat at the top, with Kohli moving up to No. 3.
Well, extremely talented athletes frequently succeed in their positions. So I can’t say that I’m surprised that he did a great job opening the batting, but what a problem to have. Because of India’s issues right now, I feel bitter and jealous of it, Scott Styris stated.
The issue is a first-world one. Should he start? Should he be three already? How challenging are things for you now? However, I do believe some seniority will play a role in this, which could result in SKY dropping to fourth,” Scott Styris said.
India is now ahead 2-1 in the five-match T20 series. On Saturday, a T20 match will be played in Florida.