Suryakumar Yadav could be India’s version of AB de Villiers, says Dale Steyn

New Delhi [India]: South Africa’s professional pacer Dale Steyn has proclaimed Suryakumar Yadav to be India’s version of Ab de Villiers in Australia during the T20 World Cup.
Citing that the Australian conditions provide even more pace as well as bounce, the former World top bowler clarified that the batter suches as to utilize the speed on the ball making the Aussie problems tailor-made for him while talking exclusively on Celebrity Sports show Cricket Live. Suryakumar Yadav’s appearance as a stalwart in the Indian batting line-up was clearly on program when the Men in Blue squared off against Australia as well as South Africa in the reciprocal series. As India aim to end the delay of winning the ICC Males’s T20 World Mug, Suryakumar Yadav’s heated type will be vital to India’s success in the competition.
Dale Steyn claimed, “He’s the type of player that suches as to utilize the rate of the ball. He suches as to enter behind the square. In places like Perth, Melbourne, every one of these premises, there is a little bit of additional pace on it. So, you can utilize the pace, you can appeal fine leg, behind and all along the rug. As well as he’s additionally actually excellent when standing still and also leaving the back foot.’
” He has played some remarkable back foot cover drives and some lovely cover drives off the front foot too. So, he’s an overall player, and also it remains in Australia, where the arches are so excellent, they are batter pleasant. You can also escape when a bowler tries to bowl complete, you can put the ball left as well as you can utilize the rate of the sphere really well, given some area. So, he is a wonderful 360-degree player and advises me of AB de Villiers. He could be India’s variation of AB de Villiers and also with the heated kind that he’s in now, he’s a player to definitely watch out for this World Mug.”
Dale Steyn additionally heaped appreciation on Shreyas Iyer, who racked up a match-winning century in the second ODI versus South Africa, “There’s just little points you can do to improve your game, yet the means he’s batting currently, I don’t believe he has to transform much. He looks in extraordinary kind. He’s seeing the round like it’s a coastline sphere and for him in India, that’s continued a long way,” he stated.
Former South Africa all-rounder Chris Morris shared his sights on the Australian pitches, “The arches in Australia are normally respectable to bat on. There’s a lot of extra rate as well as jump where guys like getting through the line, specifically in the T20’s. And also the quicker the ball gets onto the bat, the quicker it goes. So, considering the problems in Australia, it would certainly be fairly constant as well as sufficient to favour the quick bowlers. They’ve been saying that batters have racked up a great deal of runs in Australia, so I advise it’s a 50-50 at both ends”.
The ICC Men’s T20 World Cup will be played from October 16 to November 13, 2022, in Australia.

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