Suryakumar Yadav’s batting skill against the world’s finest teams was a positive for Team India despite their semi-final exit.
Along with Virat Kohli, the Mumbai-born dasher was India’s top batter. Suryakumar’s offensive style and excellent Stroke play baffled opponents.
While the right-hander struggled against Pakistan in the Super 12 opener, he beat The Netherlands with a 25-ball 51*.
Suryakumar’s finest T20I innings came against South Africa’s bowling assault in Perth. The World No. 1 T20I batsman led India to a decent score with a 40-ball 68.
Suryakumar finished group play with 61* off 25 balls against Zimbabwe.
Suryakumar had a great T20 World Cup, breaking records. Suryakumar broke three records at this year’s ICC Men’s T20 World Cup in Australia.
3 Suryakumar has the most T20 World Cup runs when batting No. 4 or lower.
Suryakumar Yadav, India’s middle-order talisman, scored 239 runs at a below-60 average in six games.
Suryakumar’s 239 runs are the most by a No. 4 or lower batsman in a T20 World Cup.
The previous record was achieved by Netherlands captain Tom Cooper, who hit 231 runs in the 2014 T20 World Cup in Bangladesh.
2 Suryakumar scored the most T20 World Cup 2022 death over runs.
Dinesh Karthik, Rishabh Pant, and Hardik Pandya (save for one game) struggled to close off games, but Suryakumar did so with ease.
The 32-year-old scored the most runs in the tournament’s death overs with 88.
Virat Kohli scored 84 runs in the last five overs of the T20 World Cup, too.
Suryakumar has the greatest T20 World Cup strike rate (minimum 100 balls played)
Suryakumar now has the highest individual strike rate in a single T20 World Cup (after facing a minimum of 100 balls).
Suryakumar hit 239 runs in 129 balls, giving him a tournament strike rate of 189.68, the highest by any hitter after facing 100 balls in any T20 World Cup.
Mike Hussey scored 188 runs at a strike rate of 175.7 at the 2010 Men’s T20 World Cup in West Indies.