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IND vs SL: India lost in yesterday’s match, after which everyone started finding out the shortcomings of the team. There are drawbacks but there are some positive things as well. The team would like to take these things forward. You can say that India should not lose in India. That too from such a team which is going through a lot of trouble right now. Talking about the positive things, there were not one but three such things which went well for the team. Captain Hardik Pandya would like to go to the last T20 matches regarding all these things. It remains to be seen how the team makes a comeback. Now let us tell you about those 3 positive things.
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Suryakumar Yadav is a great batsman of India. Recent form is going well. Whenever Suryakumar Yadav comes to bat, the team has full hope of victory. Talking about yesterday’s match, Suryakumar Yadav scored a brilliant 50 runs. Which brought the team closer to victory to a great extent. Suryakumar Yadav played an inning of 51 runs in 36 balls yesterday.
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Akshar Patel showed a different look to everyone yesterday. While the team’s defeat seemed certain, Akshar Patel turned the match around. Although the team could not win, Akshar Patel’s batting won everyone’s heart. Akshar Patel hit 61 runs in 31 balls in yesterday’s match. Let us hope that in the coming last match, Akshar Patel will also bowl with similar batting.
Shivam Mavi has come as an excellent all-rounder for the team. Where Shivam Mavi took 4 wickets in the first match. Whereas in yesterday’s match, by scoring 26 runs in 15 balls, presented a sample of his ability to finish. This is great news for the World Cup.
First Published : 06 Jan 2023, 09:50:43 AM
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