Suryakumar Yadav On His Batting: The third T20 match played between India and New Zealand in Napier was a tie. Batting first in this match, the hosts scored 160 runs in 19.4 overs after being all out. When the game was stopped after 9 overs due to rain, at that time India had scored 75 runs for 4 wickets. On the basis of Duckworth-Lewis rule, the score of both the teams was equal. That’s why this match was tied, India eliminated New Zealand 1-0 in the T20 series. Suryakumar Yadav did a bang in this series. He was awarded the Player of the Series title.
I am enjoying my batting
At one point in this match, India was struggling after losing three wickets for 21 runs. In such a situation, Suryakumar Yadav shared a 39-run partnership with captain Hardik Pandya to bring the score to 50. Suryakumar said, the weather is not in our control. The pressure is always on. When it doesn’t happen it’s no fun. He further said, I am enjoying my batting. I am not carrying any burden. Suryakumar Yadav scored 124 runs in the T20 series. In the second match played at Mount Maunganui, he played a stormy inning of 111 runs. While scored 13 runs in the third match. The first match was not played due to rain. He was given the Player of the Series award for his strong performance in the T20 series.
India won the series 1–0
India defeated New Zealand 1-0 in the T20 series. The match to be played in Wellington on 18 November was not played due to rain. Not a single ball was bowled in this match. In the second match at Mount Maunganui, India defeated the Kiwis by 65 runs. In this match, batting first, India scored 191 runs for 6 wickets. The Kiwi team that came out to chase the target was reduced to 126 runs. While the match played in Napier was a tie. In this way India captured the T20 series 1-0.