Suryakumar Yadav equals Suresh Raina 12 year old embarrassing record IND vs WI

Suryakumar Yadav, who has proved himself in T20 cricket, is still finding his rhythm in the 50 over format. Looking at the upcoming Asia Cup and World Cup, Team India is constantly giving Surya a chance in this format, but he is not living up to the expectations.

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He was given a chance in the first two matches of the ongoing three-match ODI series against the West Indies and he disappointed both times. With this, an embarrassing record has also been recorded in his name. Suryakumar Yadav has equaled Suresh Raina’s 12-year-old record for most consecutive innings not scoring a half-century by a specialist batsman for Team India.

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Suresh Raina’s name was added to the list of this embarrassing record during 2010-11 when he played 17 innings without scoring a half-century. Now another name of Suryakumar Yadav has also been added to this list. Surya has also got so many innings to score half-centuries in ODI cricket. In such a situation, questions are now being raised that how many more chances will it take for Surya to shine in the ODI format?

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Talking about Suryakumar Yadav’s ODI career, in the 25 ODIs he has played so far, he has scored 476 runs with an average of just 23.8. During this, his strike rate has been 100.42. Surya has scored the only half-century in ODI cricket.

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Rahul Dravid also said about Surya after the second ODI, ‘Look, I think Surya is a really good player. It doesn’t have any message. His performances show, especially in T20 cricket, and even in domestic cricket, in white-ball cricket, he has produced some very good performances. Unfortunately, I think and even he will be the first to admit that his ODI figures may not be up to his own high standards or the standards he sets in T20s, but he is probably learning about ODI cricket ‘

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