India vs Australia: 6,6,6,6! Suryakumar Yadav’s explosive batting against Cameron Green went viral. Watch

Suryakumar Yadav in action for the Indian cricket team© AFP

During the second ODI match between India and Australia on Sunday, Suryakumar Yadav played an explosive innings which included four consecutive sixes off Cameron Green. Suryakumar looked in great form and in the 43rd over he decided to attack the bowling of his Mumbai Indians teammate. The first ball went past the deep backward square leg boundary thanks to his trademark SKY shot and he followed it up with a similar effort and sent the ball past the fine-leg boundary. Green quickly corrected his direction but outside his off stump line, Suryakumar lofted the ball over deep extra cover for another six. Green looked lost and went for a full-length delivery but the result was the same as the ball flew over the deep mid-wicket fielder for the fourth six of the over.

Shubman Gill showed his insatiable hunger for runs with his fifth century of the year, while Shreyas Iyer scored a timely century under pressure to seal a series-sealing 99-run win for India.

Gill (104 runs off 97 balls) and Iyer (105 runs off 90 balls) put on a 200-run partnership off 164 balls, after which Suryakumar Yadav (72 not out off 37 balls) helped India score 399 runs for five wickets. of. Highest score against Australia in ODI.

Captain KL Rahul scored 52 runs in 38 balls.

The game was stopped due to rain for the second time when Australia’s score was 56 runs for two wickets in nine overs. With a revised target of 317 in 33 overs, they fell further behind in the game and were all out for 217 in 28.2 overs.

Right-handed batsman David Warner (53 off 39) hit the middle well against R Ashwin (3/41) and Sean Abbott (54 off 36).

Winning the series without five of its main players in the team was a big boost for India ahead of the World Cup on home soil.

The final game, in which a full-strength Indian team is expected to play, will be held in Rajkot on Wednesday.

(With PTI inputs)

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