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Suryakumar Yadav, Rishabh Pant, and the Rest of India’s Future Stars: “Need to Learn From…”

Former India batter Gautam Gambhir is of the opinion that Suryakumar Yadav and Rishabh Pant should learn from Virat Kohli how to play under pressure circumstances and focus on their running between the wickets in preparation for India’s match against Pakistan in the Asia Cup.

At the Asia Cup Super 4 match, which took place on Sunday at Dubai International Stadium, India and Pakistan faced off against one other in yet another exciting clash. Pakistan were victorious from the game with a five-wicket victory over their opponents in the end.

The match will go down in the annals of cricket history as one of the most memorable due to the fact that cricket fans were able to witness Virat Kohli return to his vintage form by scoring 60 runs off of 44 balls. The right-handed hitter put on a spectacular display against Pakistan, which captured the attention of everyone watching. It was a frustrating day for the Indian side, as its best players Suryakumar Yadav, Rishabh Pant, and Hardik Pandya were all unable to bring in significant scores.

Gautam Gambhir, a former batsman for India, is of the opinion that Suryakumar and Pant should model their on-field play after that of Virat Kohli in order to improve their ability to play under pressure and their running between the wickets.

“See, I prefer a versatile batting lineup. You are allowed to have your set openers, but you really must have a flexible number three or four. Yes, Virat has gotten runs today, and with the sort of form that Suryakumar Yadav is in, if you have that kind of start and establish that tempo, you can definitely promote Suryakumar Yadav to No. 3, and then probably keep going. Once you get that start, get that tempo. Today, Virat displayed outstanding batting, and it’s only going to get better from here on out. One thing that batsmen like Suryakumar Yadav and Rishabh Pant, who are still relatively inexperienced, need to learn from Virat Kohli is how to run between the wickets “remarked Gambhir while speaking to Star Sports following the conclusion of the match.

“Not every time, you will be able to hit those big shots, but the difference between Virat Kohli and the rest of the guys is that despite the fact that Surya might have more shots than Virat Kohli, Virat is never under pressure because of the way that he runs and the way that he converts ones into twos.

They might not be able to do it, but Suryakumar, Deepak Hooda, and Rishabh Pant need to learn from Virat Kohli how important it is to perform well under pressure in big games, where you are put in pressure, and whether you are able to play risk-free cricket and still get those 10–11 runs per over “he added.

In the match against Pakistan, Suryakumar and Pant both only managed to score 13 runs off of 10 balls, and Pant scored only 14 runs off of 12 balls. Because of the duck, Hardik was kicked off the team.

In reference to the match that took place between India and Pakistan, India was the team that was given the opportunity to bat first, and after 20 overs, they scored 181 runs. Virat Kohli was the player with the highest score, a hit of 60 off of 44 balls.

Mohammad Rizwan, the wicketkeeper for Pakistan, also batted and led the team in scoring with 71 runs off 51 balls as they were trying to reach 182. However, the most significant contribution to the innings came from Mohammad Nawaz, who batted fourth and finished with 42 runs scored off of 20 balls. Nawaz bats left-handed.

The Indian team was represented by Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Hardik Pandya, Ravi Bishnoi, Yuzvendra Chahal, and Arshdeep Singh, all of whom took one wicket apiece.

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