“I do not understand where to bowl to him.” Kane Willaimson is afraid of India’s batter SKY

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An action-packed T20 series will start on 18 November between India and New Zealand as the Indian team is on the New Zealand tour for the three-match T20I and ODI series.

BCCI has announced a young team for the T20 series as they had given rest to their senior players after the T20 World Cup. Hardik Pandya will be seen leading this side in this T20 World Cup.

It will be an interesting series as the youngster will show their talent and the selectors will have a keen eye on the players as well because they are thinking to create a new team.

Kane Williamson is afraid of Suryakumar Yadav ahead of the series.

A recent interview he said that “
“Bowling against Surya will be a big challenge, as we have seen throughout the World Cup. Surya is currently the best T20 batsman in the world.

He further said that “He is an incredible player, bowling to Surya in this series is not just for our new bowlers. Rather it is going to be very difficult for the experienced bowlers of the team. But that’s the beauty of international cricket, you get to play in front of the best players.”

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Suryakumar Yadav is still the ranked one batsman in T20 cricket.

Suryakumar Yadav retained his number-one spot in the T20I ranking and he is still the rank 1 batsman. He moved to the number 1 position during the T20 World Cup and since then he is at that rank.

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