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WI vs IND: Suryakumar Yadav information highest males’s T20I rating by Indian in opposition to West Indies in Caribbean

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Suryakumar Yadav achieved the feat throughout the third T20I, when he scored 76 off 44 balls to assist India beat West Indies by 7 wickets and regain the lead 2-1 within the 5-match collection.

Suryakumar Yadav batting throughout third T20I in opposition to West Indies. (Courtesy: AP)

HIGHLIGHTSSuryakumar Yadav scored 76 off 44 balls in third T20IIndia defeated West Indies by 7 wickets in third T20IIndia lead the 5-match T20I collection 2-1 in opposition to West Indies

Suryakumar Yadav surpassed Rishabh Pant to register the report for highest males’s T20I rating hit by an Indian in opposition to West Indies within the Caribbean.

The top-order batter achieved the feat throughout the third T20I in opposition to West Indies, which India received by seven wickets and one over to spare. While chasing 165 runs to regain the lead within the five-match collection, Suryakumar smashed 76 off 44 balls to information India dwelling. Along the best way, he moved previous Rishabh Pant, who held the report after scoring 65 not out in 2019.

India restricted West Indies to 164/5, with Kyle Mayers hitting 73 off 50 balls after being put into bat. In reply, India suffered a blow with Rohit Sharma retiring out. However, Suryakumar anchored the innings earlier than a quickfire 33 not out by Rishabh handed India victory.

After the match, India captain Rohit Sharma hailed Suryakumar and his partnership with Shreyas Iyer.

“The 30s and 40s look good, but when you get past 70-80 and get a hundred as well then you’re scoring those runs for the team. Good partnership with Iyer. When you are chasing a target like that anything can happen. It was not an easy target and the pitch had something for the bowlers. It was important for us to pick the right shots off the right balls,” Rohit mentioned.

India, who lead the five-match T20I collection by 2-1, will tackle West Indies within the fourth sport on August 6 in Lauderhill.

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