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The “Calm Attitude” that MS Dhoni Exhibits During Challenging Tracks Is Indirectly Credited By Suryakumar Yadav

At the moment, Suryakumar Yadav is being hailed as the batting phenomenon of the entire cricketing world. According to the batting rankings for ICC Twenty20 Internationals, he is the best batsman overall.

The fact that he is able to execute a wide variety of shots in addition to possessing an exceptional level of self-confidence enables him to be a distinctive batter. This is true regardless of the circumstances.

The standout player for India continued his strong play in the second Twenty20 International (T20I) in the present three-match series against New Zealand, which took place in Lucknow.

Suryakumar Yadav’s score was only 26 not out off of 31 balls, but when the context of the game is taken into account, it was nothing less than a match-defining knock.

On a pitch that helped them, the bowling unit consisting of Yuzvendra Chahal, Washington Sundar, and Kuldeep Yadav did very well to restrict a self-destructing New Zealand team to 99 for eight, which was New Zealand’s lowest total against India in the shortest format.

It was supposed to be an easy run chase, but the top-order batsmen, which included Ishan Kishan (19 runs off 32 balls), Shubman Gill (11 runs off 9 balls), and Rahul Tripathi (13 runs off 18 balls), had a difficult time once again due to the spin-friendly conditions.

India were eventually reduced to 70 for 4, and the slowish wicket combined with some disciplined attack from the New Zealand bowlers helped the visitors to keep the Hardik Pandya-led side under control.

Hardik and Suryakumar Yadav put on an important 31-run partnership for the fifth wicket to get the home team across the finish line. Suryakumar Yadav then scored the winning runs on the penultimate ball of the match to seal the victory.

When a reporter asked Suryakumar about his “cool approach” on hard tracks, Suryakumar indirectly complimented the former India captain MS Dhoni before elaborating in detail about how domestic cricket and veteran players on the squad also helped him acquire the skill of maintaining composure under pressure.

“Because the T20 series began in Ranchi, perhaps the laid-back demeanour can be attributed there. However, I believe that the significant amount of domestic cricket that I played before making my debut for my country has been of great assistance to me.

Due to the fact that we have to put in a lot of work there, we play on difficult tracks, and you have to put in a lot of effort in order to succeed, therefore whatever I have learnt there, I have brought with me here.

The rest of what I know, I picked up through seeing the more experienced players and by asking those players about how they deal with a variety of challenging scenarios “he stated.

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