Suryakumar Yadav goes berserk, scores 26 runs in an over

Suryakumar Yadav produced an unbroken 68-run innings in only 26 balls against Hong Kong, including four sixes in the penultimate over.

Wednesday's Asia Cup encounter between India and Hong Kong was a classic.

Surykumar Yadav and Virat Kohli each scored fifty runs to lead India to a total of 192/2 in their respective 20 overs, making it a mind-boggling game.

With a strike rate of over 261, Suryakumar performed an unbroken mind-blowing innings of 68 runs in just 26 balls. The stunning knock by SKY included six maximums and six boundaries.

The event occurred during India's penultimate over of their innings, when the right-hander struck three consecutive sixes, then a dot ball, and finally another maximum.

The 31-year-old batsman has been improving for a while, and on Wednesday, Suryakumar showed the world once more why he is currently the second-ranked T20I batter in the world.

Six maximums and six boundaries were part of SKY's spectacular innings, which also featured a 26-run over during which he smacked three consecutive sixes.

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