Suryakumar, Kohli lead India to Super Four by beating Hong Kong by 40 runs.

Suryakumar Yadav displayed all the positive aspects of his T20 batting against Hong Kong on Wednesday in the 26 balls he faced while exposing all the negative aspects of India's top three

At the conclusion of the 13th over, Surya came out to bat, and the scoreboard showed 94/2 after KL Rahul scored a 36 off 39 balls, while Virat Kohli was still going strong, nearly hitting a run-a-ball.

He had helped India reach 192/2 when he left the field undefeated with 68 runs in his pocket and Virat Kohli standing by him with a 59 off 44

Surya had thus effectively ended the game for the valiant Hong Kong squad, which concluded with 152/5 after capitalising on India's two rookie bowlers, Arshdeep Singh (1/44) and Avesh Khan (1/53)

Rahul Dravid, the head coach of India, had a particularly displeased expression in the dugout and will enter the Super 4s with the same set of unresolved problems.

Up until Surya took the strike, it appeared that the ground and Hong Kong's inexperienced bowling were not favourable to the current slam-bang T20 batting

A double-paced pitch was evident from captain Rohit Sharma's dismissal early in the innings at mid-on for 21 from 13 runs.

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