Surya’s storming century in just 49 balls, made the New Zealand bowlers cry; India’s mountain of runs

Mount Maunganui: India’s Suryakumar Yadav scored a century in the second T20 match in opposition to New Zealand. Suryakumar hit 111 runs in just 51 balls. On the energy of Suryakumar’s stormy innings, India has set a problem of 192 runs in entrance of New Zealand.

New Zealand received the toss and elected to bowl first. But the Indian batsmen made a storm and determined this resolution of New Zealand as improper. The new pair of Ishan Kishan and Rishabh Pant from India entered the discipline for the opener. But Rishabh couldn’t take benefit of this chance. Rishabh was dismissed for just 6 runs off 13 balls. In India’s second opener, Ishan Kishan scored 36 runs off 31 balls.

Suryakumar Yadav, who has been leaving the rival group’s bowlers working for the previous few days, received an opportunity to bat at quantity three in the present day. Surya took this chance actually and took the feathers of the New Zealand bowlers. Suryakumar celebrated his century in the nineteenth over of the match by hitting all areas of the discipline. Surya scored a 49-ball century by hitting a 4 and a six off the subsequent two balls to take his tally to 111. But Suryakumar couldn’t come on strike in the final over.

In the final over, captain Hardik Pandya took two runs off the first ball and was dismissed on the second ball. On the subsequent three balls, New Zealand’s skilled bowler Tim Southee managed to take a hat-trick by dismissing three Indian batsmen in a row.

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