Suryakumar reflects on IPL 2024: “The train was always on track, just needed time to pick up speed”

Mumbai Indians’ Suryakumar Yadav Hits 19-Ball Half-Century in IPL Match

Mumbai, April 12 (IANS) – Suryakumar Yadav stole the show for Mumbai Indians with a stunning 19-ball half-century in their recent IPL match against an opponent. After a strong opening stand, Yadav’s fireworks helped the team chase down 197 in just 15.3 overs, showcasing his return to form after injury.

Yadav, who was sidelined due to an ankle injury and sports hernia surgery, impressed with his performance, stating, “The train was always on track, it just took a while to get going.” His explosive knock of 52 runs, including five fours and four sixes, has boosted his confidence ahead of upcoming tournaments.

Former Australia fast-bowling all-rounder, Shane Watson, praised Yadav’s exceptional batting skills, mentioning, “When he’s in the type of form like he showed tonight, the poor bowlers, no one can bowl anywhere. The Mumbai Indians are very lucky to have him.” Yadav’s impressive innings has set the tone for the team’s future matches.

With two consecutive wins at home, Mumbai Indians will face defending champions Chennai Super Kings in their upcoming match at the Wankhede Stadium on Sunday. Yadav’s exceptional form has elevated the team’s spirits and added to the excitement of the tournament.

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