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“It Was A Pressure Situation…”: Rinku Singh’s game-winning knock against Australia in the first Twenty20 International praises Suryakumar Yadav

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India’s captain, Suryakumar Yadav, praised young Rinku Singh for his outstanding nerve control during Thursday’s first Twenty20 International against Australia in Visakhapatnam. Rinku’s poise helped a young Indian team to an exciting two-wicket victory. Still, Suryakumar used a captain’s knock to brush off the disappointment of losing in the Cricket World Cup final. In T20Is, this was India’s most successful chase ever. With 80 off just 42 balls, the captain was in a belligerent mood, mocking a 209-run chase. However, Rinku’s 22 off 14 balls spared India’s blushes.

“He was extremely composed. even though there was a lot of pressure. He was quite composed when he stepped up to bat. The poise he displayed was admirable to witness,” Suryakumar complimented Rinku following the match.

After Suryakumar was out, India needed 14 off 12 balls, but Axar Patel made a huge mistake, which resulted in the quick dismissals of players like Ravi Bishnoi and Arshdeep Singh.

Rinku put Sean Abbott in the stands with a single needed off the last delivery, much to everyone’s surprise, but it was a big no-ball, so the maximum wasn’t counted. So, India triumphed with one ball remaining.

After Axar Patel’s 2 off 6 balls seemed to be raising tension in the dug-out, Rinku, the T20 team’s “designated finisher,” showed little fear while providing the finishing touches with some powerful blows.

Earlier, Josh Inglis, a dominant player, gave India’s young bowling attack a harsh reality check by smashing them all over the ground with a blistering 110 off 50 balls, leading Australia to a respectable 208 for three.

India’s captain, Suryakumar Yadav, praised young Rinku Singh for his outstanding nerve control during Thursday’s first Twenty20 International against Australia in Visakhapatnam. Rinku’s poise helped a young Indian team to an exciting two-wicket victory. Still, Suryakumar used a captain’s knock to brush off the disappointment of losing in the Cricket World Cup final. In T20Is, this was India’s most successful chase ever. With 80 off just 42 balls, the captain was in a belligerent mood, mocking a 209-run chase. However, Rinku’s 22 off 14 balls spared India’s blushes.

“He was extremely composed. even though there was a lot of pressure. He was quite composed when he stepped up to bat. The poise he displayed was admirable to witness,” Suryakumar complimented Rinku following the match.

After Suryakumar was out, India needed 14 off 12 balls, but Axar Patel made a huge mistake, which resulted in the quick dismissals of players like Ravi Bishnoi and Arshdeep Singh.

Rinku put Sean Abbott in the stands with a single needed off the last delivery, much to everyone’s surprise, but it was a big no-ball, so the maximum wasn’t counted. So, India triumphed with one ball remaining.

After Axar Patel’s 2 off 6 balls seemed to be raising tension in the dug-out, Rinku, the T20 team’s “designated finisher,” showed little fear while providing the finishing touches with some powerful blows.

Earlier, Josh Inglis, a dominant player, gave India’s young bowling attack a harsh reality check by smashing them all over the ground with a blistering 110 off 50 balls, leading Australia to a respectable 208 for three.

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