Suryakumar Yadav completes 4000 T20 runs as he plays an amazing knock of 82 runs in just 40 balls against SRH

In his glamorous inning of 84, Yadav scored 13 fours and 3 sixes at a strike rate of 205. With a competitive total on the board, Mumbai Indians fans will be praying for their team to perform a miracle with the ball in hand.

In a do-or-die match against SRH, Mumbai Indians batters were finally able to find some form as they posted a gigantic total of 235 in their 20 overs. Thanks to the masterful stroke play of Suryakumar Yadav towards the end of the inning that helped them reach this target. Yadav played a great knock of 82 runs in just 40 balls to keep his team in the game. With this, he also completed 4000 runs in T20 cricket.

Yadav came in to bat at number 5, which was not his usual position to bat on. But since his team was trying something new by allowing Hardik Pandya and Pollard to play up the order, Yadav agreed to take on the role of a finisher and played it to perfection too. He came in to bat in the 13th over. Although his team has posted  151 runs for the loss of just 4 wickets, they still had miles to go to remain in the game. Yadav with the bat in his hand made sure of just that.

The wickets falling around him didn’t perturb him one bit. Determined to score at a quick rate Yadav scored his 50 in just 24 balls while batting with the tailenders like Coulter-Nile. It was vintage Suryakumar Yadav on display today, as the 31-years-old smoked the bowlers in all parts of the ground. Last year he had set some standards for himself and backed them up while playing for his International side too. However, coming into the second phase, the form diminished somewhat, but Yadav made sure that he put up his best performance when his team and fans needed it the most.

In his glamorous inning of 84, Yadav scored 13 fours and 3 sixes at a strike rate of 205. With a competitive total on the board, Mumbai Indians fans will be praying for their team to perform a miracle with the ball in hand.

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