Sanjay Bangar says Suryakumar Yadav won't face any difficulties in Australia

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Sanjay Bangar says Suryakumar Yadav won't face any difficulties in Australia
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Former India all-rounder and batting coach Sanjay Bangar has backed Suryakumar Yadav to thrive in Australian conditions ahead of India’s opening ICC Men’s T20 World Cup opener. Team India are set to lock horns with Pakistan in their opening Super-12 match on October 23.

New Delhi,UPDATED: Oct 19, 2022 23:24 IST

Sanjay Bangar says Suryakumar won’t face any difficulties in Australia (PTI)

By India Today Web Desk: Former India all-rounder and batting coach Sanjay Bangar has backed Suryakumar Yadav to thrive in Australian conditions ahead of India’s opening ICC Men’s T20 World Cup opener. Team India are set to lock horns with Pakistan in their opening Super-12 match on October 23.

Speaking on the Star Sports show ‘Follow the Blues’, the former batting coach said he doesn’t think Suryakumar will face any difficulties in the Australian conditions.

“Suryakumar is on his first tour to Australia and the key factor for any player touring Australia for the first time is to get used to the pace and bounce of the wicket. I don’t think he will face any difficulties in facing the spin bowlers or the pace bowlers,” said Bangar.

The 50-year-old went on to say that Suryakumar is pivotal for India’s batting line-up, especially the middle order.

“This is a good sign because he has been pivotal to the Indian batting lineup, especially in the middle order. So, for Suryakumar to make runs, it’s important for him to carry this confidence well into the World Cup,” Bangar added.

Suryakumar has been in great form for India recently and retained the number two spot in the latest ICC Men’s T20 rankings. He sits behind Pakistan opener Mohammad Rizwan, who has 861 points to his name, 23 more than Suryakumar.

Bangar also touched upon KL Rahul’s recent performances for India, saying the team needs someone who can hit the ball like him in the opening overs.

“The performances from Rahul have been brilliant recently. He has scored back-to-back fifties in this tour and the best part of it all is the fluency we have got to see from him. When he is hitting the ball, it clears the boundary easily. “And the team needs someone who can hit the ball like he does because that’s the way the Indian team has planned to maximize the first six overs,” said Bangar.

Team India will now turn their focus on the upcoming heavyweight clash against rivals Pakistan in the Super-12 stage of the ongoing ICC Men’s T20 World Cup on October 23.



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