Amit Mishra Unveils the Captaincy Strain on Suryakumar Yadav
Suryakumar Yadav, according to Amit Mishra, handled it incredibly well to lead the Indian team to victory.
In place of Hardik Pandya, who was unable to be selected because of an injury, Suryakumar was named captain of the T20I team.
On November 23, he took the field for the first time as captain as the team won by two wickets in Visakhapatnam.
Australia was assigned to bat first and managed to score a total of 208/3. With the aid of 11 boundaries and 8 sixes, Josh Inglis hit 110 runs off 50 deliveries.
Despite other bowlers falling for runs, Mukesh Kumar bowled effectively, giving up just 29 runs in his four overs.
Yadav’s game-winning performance in India’s chase was praised by Amit Mishra, who called it a captain’s knock.
Mishra advised Yadav to stick with his current strategy, focusing on playing to his advantages without changing his technique.
In the first T20I, he performed a captain’s knock. He did not alter his strategy; instead, he played to his strengths.
When India was bowling, he was obviously under pressure as captain, but when it came time to bat, he was quite composed. Mishra advised him to stick to his current strategy.
During the run chase, the hosts lost their final two wickets for 22 runs in three overs
Ishan Kishan, who bats as a wicketkeeper, and Suryakumar stabilised the innings by putting on 112 runs for the third wicket. Ishan scored two fours and five sixes in his 58 runs off of 39 balls.
With a fearless attitude, Suryakumar Yadav scored an astounding 80 runs off 43 balls. Nine boundaries and four sixes were hammered by the right-handed hitter.
For the thirteenth time in Twenty20 Internationals, he won Player of the Match, beating Rohit Sharma’s record of twelve.
With one ball remaining, India won thrillingly and took a 1-0 lead in the five-match series against the visitors.
On Sunday, November 26, the hosts and the Australian side will play the second Twenty20 International at Thiruvananthapuram’s Greenfield International Stadium.