Ever since the start of the IPL, it has become easier for young cricketers to join the Indian team. At the same time, the team selectors also have a lot of options. This time too, a few names have come out who have performed tremendously and claimed to be selected in Team India. One such name is that of Surya Kumar Yadav. Suryakumar Yadav has been praised by the Head Coach of Team India himself. But Ravi Shastri’s tweet eased the pain of cricketer Manoj Tiwari.
Ravi Shastri praised
Surya Kumar Yadav is playing for Mumbai Indians. His performance has been excellent. However, he was not selected in the Australia tour. Regarding which, a lot of questions are being raised on team selectors. Team India head coach Ravi Shastri has also praised Surya Kumar Yadav. Team India’s Head Coach Ravi Shastri (Ravi Shastri) himself tweeted and saluted Suryakumar and advised him to be patient.
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Manoj Tiwari’s spasm pain
On this tweet by Ravi Shastri, Manoj Tiwari now felt pain and said that I wish Ravi Shastri would have been the head coach even during his time. Manoj Tiwari tagged the tweet of Team India head coach, writing, ‘I wish that you were the coach of that series Team India when I had made a century. Would have been carried forward. Sun will be very happy to see your tweet. ‘
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Surya Kumar Yadav’s good innings
Yadav was adjudged Man of the Match for his innings of 79 off 43 balls in the Bangalore vs Mumbai Indians match played in Abu Dhabi. The right-handed batsman landed at number three and returned to the pavilion only to win his team. He hit 10 fours and three sixes in his innings. He scored over 300 runs for the third consecutive time.
Selection did not happen in Team India
The 30-year-old has yet to get a chance to play for India. Despite his consistently good performances, the selectors have ignored him. Yadav has scored a third half century so far this season. Their domestic record is also fantastic. He has scored 5326 runs in 77 First Class matches at an average of 44.01. On the other hand, Yadav has scored 2447 runs in List A at an average of 35.26. He has scored two centuries and 15 half-centuries.