Watch: After India Handling Mentor’s ‘Contort’, Best Defender Decoration Goes To…

Suryakumar Yadav turned into the most recent beneficiary of the ‘Defender of the Match’ grant for his excellent endeavors against the Netherlands as India finished the gathering stage unbeaten. Surya scarcely had any opportunity to have an effect with the bat, however on the field, he stuck out and made his presence felt. India’s handling mentor T Dilip, who has carried noteworthy advancements to how the award is granted, called the group as well as the administration out on the field and uncovered the name of the competitors on the big screen as opposed to showing it on the standard screen.

KL Rahul, Suryakumar Yadav and Ravindra Jadeja were the picked contender for the honor and an image of them sprung up on the big screen. When Surya’s name was reported, Ishan Kishan made a forecast that the right-given player would leave with the gold decoration.

The critical point in time came as individuals in a steady progression began to raise bulletins to report Surya as the champ. The gold award was introduced to him by left-arm throwdown expert mentor Nuwan Seneviratne.

Dilip hailed Nuwan’s endeavors and said in the video posted by BCCI, “Enthusiastically working behind the stumps assuming double parts. However, particularly in the handling he has been my right shoulder my beginning and end.”

In the wake of guaranteeing his prize Surya expressed gratitude toward the handling mentor and said, “He (Dilip) has been behind me since one year at long last I think this is the award.”

Coming to the match, the Indian group effectively protected their all out effectively and secured a 160-run win. Kohli and Rohit moved forward in the bowling division guaranteeing a wicket each while the star bowlers did their wizardry and finished the association stage on a high note.

Mohammed Siraj drove the India bowling assault after he sacked two wickets by giving just 29 runs. Netherlands hitters attempted to dominate the match yet couldn’t remain before the Indian bowling assault.

India will currently confront New Zealand at the Wankhede Arena, Mumbai on Wednesday which will be a rematch of the 2019 World Cup, expecting to change the previous outcome and walk towards the last.

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