Suryakumar Yadav showed T20 cricket isn’t about power: Matthew Hayden

Pakistan team mentor Matthew Hayden stated T20 cricket shouldn’t be all in regards to the ‘energy sport’, and Suryakumar Yadav has confirmed that fantastically along with his exhilarating stroke play.

“Energy sport in T20 cricket remains to be being explored. As a result of there’s a combination, and this event has proven that actually considerably that there’s a risk nonetheless with the brand new ball,” Hayden advised reporters.

“Everybody talks about benefiting from the powerplay, the place the strike charges must be excessive. We (Pakistan) have been criticised about this within the final 12 months’s world cup as properly. It was six and 7 runs and over. However if you’re 5 down within the energy play it doesn’t actually matter about your energy sport since you’re out of momentum and are on the mercy of the sport’s momentum,” he added.

“When wanting on the event to this point. Guys like Suryakumar Yadav is enjoying fantastically, from the center to the late stage. With a competency of all areas of the bottom with entry photographs innovation. Batters like him are threats. So It’s not at all times in regards to the energy.

“As I stated I believe as cricketers we’re all making an attempt to return to grips with when is the facility? When’s that foot go down on the ground? When does it decelerate and look to protect? Lot of the matches have been very shut. The tough stability between preservation of the wickets versus exploration of innovation have been actually why I believe a variety of these sides which can be right here now on this event are nonetheless right here,” he added.

Hayden additionally stated if energy sport may have gained you matches, then Australia would have gained the event.

“Australia’s an important case of that. Received the facility to burn however it hasn’t been in a position to deal with the brand new ball, after which center order regarded susceptible,” he stated.


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