IND vs NZ ODI: Sky shot against New Zealand, then New Zealand’s coach panicked, said- Surya in World Cricket….

New Delhi. The second ODI match being played between Team India and New Zealand at Sidon Park in Hamilton on Sunday was canceled due to rain. Before the match was cancelled, a game of 12.5 overs took place, in which Team India scored 89 runs losing 1 wicket. During this, excellent batting was seen from the team’s openers Shubman Gill and Suryakumar Yadav. After seeing Sky’s batting, his fear has arisen in the mind of Kiwi team coach Gary Stead.

Captain Shikhar Dhawan returned to the pavilion early in this match. But after that Shubman Gill and Suryakumar Yadav got stuck at the crease. Gill scored 45 runs in 42 balls with the help of four fours and a six, while Sky was playing 34 runs in 25 balls. During this, 4 fours and 3 sky-high sixes had come out of Mr. 360’s bat. After the match was cancelled, New Zealand coach Gary Stead shared his views on Skye’s batting and how dangerous he is for the bowlers.

He plays big shots from the first ball – Gary Stead

The Kiwi coach said, ‘The special thing about Surya’s game is that he puts you under pressure by playing shots from the first ball itself. He also brings innovation in his game. He has two to three options to play the shot, due to which it becomes difficult for the bowlers to defend. He is currently a big player in world cricket. I can imagine that at this time Surya is one of the batsmen whom the bowlers aspire to get out. The last match of the ODI series between India and New Zealand will be held in Christchurch on 30 November. The Kiwi team has maintained a 1-0 lead in the series.

Gary Stead expressed disappointment over defeat in T20 World Cup

Defending his team’s strategy in the T20 World Cup, New Zealand coach Gary Stead said, ‘There is a lot of talk between players around the world in T20 format but, in my opinion, it is not all about batting fast all the time. We have players like Devon Conway and Kane Williamson who usually bat artistically as opposed to the first ball rush style. From my point of view, there is still a place for these players in T20 format.

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He further said, ‘You have to see the resources within your team and make a strategy accordingly. Some teams are also suffering due to the thought of always hitting the boundary. Please tell that in the semi-finals of the T20 World Cup, the Kiwi batsmen were not able to bat openly against Pakistan and the team had to face defeat.

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