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Cricket Fraternity In Awe Of SKY’s 103 Runs Against GT, Outpours Love & Praises

Cricket Fraternity In Awe Of SKY’s 103 Runs Against GT, Outpours Love & Praises RVCJ Media

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Cricket Fraternity In Awe Of SKY’s 103 Runs Against GT, Outpours Love & Praises

Suryakumar Yadav has once again proved that he is the best T20 batter of the present times as he played a blistering knock of 103 runs at a strike rate of 210 in the match which was played between Mumbai Indians and Gujarat Titans yesterday at Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai.

Cricket Fraternity In Awe Of SKY’s 103 Runs Against GT, Outpours Love & Praises RVCJ Media

SKY played some extraordinary shots in his innings and helped his team in putting up a total of 218/5 on the scoreboard. Suryakumar Yadav faced only 49 deliveries and his innings included 11 fours and 6 sixes. Soon after the MI innings came to an end, social media was flooded with reactions praising SKY for his knock and this is how the cricket fraternity reacted:

Cricket Fraternity In Awe Of SKY’s 103 Runs Against GT, Outpours Love & Praises RVCJ Media

As far as the match is concerned, Hardik Pandya-led Gujarat Titans won the toss and decided to bowl first. MI got a good start as the openers – Ishan Kishan (31 runs, 20 balls, 4 fours & 1 six) and skipper Rohit Sharma (29 runs, 18 balls, 3 fours & 2 sixes) produced a partnership of 61 runs for the first wicket. After they both got out, it was Suryakumar Yadav who ripped apart the GT bowling lineup, though Rashid Khan bowled pretty well as he dismissed 4 MI batters but he was also not able to control the storm created by SKY.

Cricket Fraternity In Awe Of SKY’s 103 Runs Against GT, Outpours Love & Praises RVCJ Media

In response, GT had a bad start as they lost their top three batters pretty soon – Wriddhiman Saha (2 runs), Shubman Gill (6 runs) and skipper Hardik Pandya (4 runs). Though Vijay Shankar (29 runs, 14 balls, 6 fours) and David Miller (41 runs, 26 balls, 4 fours & 2 sixes) tried to keep the chase alive, they were dismissed soon and GT lost 7 wickets by the time they touched the three digit mark. Rashid Khan performed well with bat as well as he smashed 79 runs not out (32 balls, 3 fours & 10 sixes) but still GT fell short by 27 runs and they could manage only 191/8 in their stipulated 20 overs.

SKY has no limits!

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