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Another blast from Suryakumar Yadav, who gave his reward after scoring 249 runs in 152 balls

After T20 and ODI, Suryakumar Yadav, standing at the door of the Indian Test team, has won hearts once again. He was awarded the man of the match in the 74th Police Shield Cricket Tournament after scoring 249 runs in 152 balls. But Surya dedicated his award to the groundsman.

Groundsman’s prize money
Suryakumar Yadav told about this in an interview given to the Indian Express. He said, ‘People give love and respect to the players. The next day his name also appears in the newspaper, but no one talks about the groundsman, he should get credit for his work. Groundsmen play a vital role in making any match fun and exciting, we should appreciate their work.

Suryakumar Yadav’s Christmas blast, 249 runs in 152 balls, rain of fours and sixes
Marathon innings of 37 fours and five sixes
Local boy Suryakumar in Mumbai, considered to be the nursery of cricket, did this against Payyade Sports Club while playing for Parsi Gymkhana. Surya had hit fours and sixes in every corner of the field at the Police Gymkhana Ground at Marine Drive under the banner of Mumbai Cricket Association. Due to this innings, his team was able to make a huge score of 524 runs in the first innings at the loss of nine wickets in 90 overs.

Surya did not forget the grounds of Mumbai

Suryakumar Yadav, who plays for Team India, is one of the few cricketers from Mumbai who did not forget his home ground. Whenever he gets a chance to play in a local tournament, he definitely participates. The ODI squad for the South Africa tour has not been announced yet. It is expected that this 31-year-old middle order batsman will be able to make his place in the team. Mumbai Cricket’s Nagine Surya says that I always advise my teammates to continue club cricket. Sweating here instead of the nets improves the game.


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