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WI vs IND, 4th T20I: Suryakumar Yadav talks about experience of batting with Tilak Varma

WI vs IND, 4th T20I: Suryakumar Yadav talks about experience of batting with Tilak Varma

Right now India is playing the fourth T20I of a five-match series against the West Indies. Today On Saturday, August 12, Team India play to keep the series alive in Florida.

India enters the game down 1-2. The team made an incredible comeback in the most recent T20I encounter in Guyana, upsetting the West Indies by 7 wickets.

Suryakumar Yadav and Tilak Varma were instrumental in India's seven-wicket triumph. Yadav's innings provided few answers for the West Indies bowlers, allowing Varma to settle in and play an important supporting role.

Varma flourished following Yadav's removal, culminating with an undefeated 49-run innings, his third straight of promise and his first in a win.

In an interview with the broadcaster prior of the fourth T20I, Yadav stated that he is pleased to having achieved a match-winning half-century in the third T20I (83 off 44).

"I'm happy whenever I score runs and the team wins." When the team wins, everything is well.

When asked about batting with Tilak Varma, Suryakumar stated that he enjoys spending time with the kid, who also plays for the Mumbai Indians in the Indian Premier League.

Yadav discussed their relationship, saying that they have batted together for a long period and are familiar with one other's batting styles. When they're on the pitch together, Yadav says this understanding gives him a lot of confidence.

"I've had a great time hitting with him. Off the pitch, we have a great friendship. We spend a lot of time together, go out to dinner, talk, and so on. Suryakumar Yadav said ahead of the fourth T20I, "That camaraderie is very good for the team."

Interestingly, during the third T20I, Varma disclosed that Yadav had notes hidden beneath his wristband. It has the message "Give yourself time during the Powerplay" printed on it.

Despite this, Yadav launched his innings with a four and a six off the first two balls. When asked about it, Yadav laughed and admitted that he had ignored his own advise.