“Will leave everyone behind”: Ex-Pakistan star on India batter

Suryakumar Yadav has been doing wonders with the bat for more than a year now. Since his debut, he has helped the team to win more matches and is one of the pillars of this Indian team. He proved his mettle once again when he smashed 69 runs in 36 deliveries in the third and final T20I match against Australia on Sunday.

Along with Virat Kohli, Suryakumar Yadav added 104 runs partnership and helped the team to win the game with ease. With the win, India took the series against Australia by 2-1.

Talking about his performance, former Pakistan leg spinner Danish Kaneria was all praise for the Indian star. He mentioned that Yadav has the ability to become the greatest batter of all time.

“Babar will be very successful, but Yadav will leave everyone behind”

“I have been saying this for a while now, Suryakumar Yadav is one of the best batters. With his 360-degree repertoire, I’d say that the sky is high. The way he bats, it’s like he is announcing himself,” Danish Kaneria said.

He asked his fans to forget all the cricketing greats as he will score a lot of runs and will leave everyone behind.

He was outstanding in the third T20I. He has a different way of playing and he is surely going to be a very big player. The way he bats, he will make people forget all the other batting greats. Yes, Kohli will score a lot of runs and Babar will be very successful, but Yadav will leave everyone behind,” Kaneria added.

Kaneria also appreciated with the way Kohli was playing this time around.

“A lot of people have been saying that Virat Kohli is Adam Zampa’s bunny. But Kohli took him to the cleaners this time. He was exceptional. While Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul were dismissed early, Kohli and Yadav steadied the ship, making the most of the opportunity. Kohli guided Yadav well, and there was a clear understanding between them. The Australian bowlers had no answers against these two batters. If they continue to bat this way, India will surely overpower every team in the T20 World Cup,” Kaneria said.