Before the IND-AFG match, SKY told the game plan, said- I have been number 1 for 2 years…

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Before the IND-AFG match, SKY told the game plan, said- I have been number 1 for 2 years…


Now all the matches of India are to be held in West Indies. The team will play against Afghanistan on June 20. After this there will be matches against Bangladesh and Australia.

New Delhi. Now India will face Afghanistan in the T20 World Cup. Both the neighbouring countries will face each other on the pitch of Barbados. Team India's star batsman Suryakumar Yadav says that his team is already familiar with the ground of Barbados. Therefore, they will not have much difficulty in facing the challenge of spin against Afghanistan and Bangladesh.

Suryakumar Yadav played an unbeaten innings of 50 runs in 49 balls during the match against USA. His strike rate in T20 International was 168.06. In such a situation, this innings does not match his batting style at all. On this slow pitch, Surya played a match-winning innings and ensured India's victory by 7 wickets. Suryakumar Yadav said, “I have been the number one batsman in the world for the last two years. So in such a situation, I should know how to bat according to different situations and how you can change your game according to the needs of the team.”

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Surya said, “If you can play like this, I think it shows good batting. If the wicket is difficult, I try to do that. I knew after the power play that it was going to be difficult to score boundaries on that ground with the wind and slow outfield. So after the power play, we had a plan in mind that we would just try to hit the gaps and score runs quickly. ” Suryakumar Yadav said, “Yes, it was a bit difficult to bat on it but the situation was different that day. We had to bat till the end, keeping wickets in hand.”

Spin is my strong point…
Suryakumar is ready to face the spin challenge of Afghanistan and Bangladesh. He said, “This has always been my strong side. If the wicket is slow and the spinner is bowling or if the wicket is good, it has always been my game. We clearly have a plan against Afghanistan. We are fully focused and know our strong sides very well. We think about the opposition but at the same time at the end of the day you should know what your strong side is and support it.”

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