Michael Hussey, the current assistant coach for England, on the showy Indian batter. ‘Hope he doesn’t get a big score against England’

Michael Hussey, the current assistant coach for England, on the showy Indian batter. ‘Hope he doesn’t get a big score against England’. In India’s final game of the Super 12 round against Zimbabwe, Suryakumar Yadav hit 61* off just 25 balls.

Against November 10 at the Adelaide Oval, the ICC T20 World Cup’s second semifinal will see England’s Jos Buttler taking on India’s Rohit Sharma. Both with the bat and the ball, the Men in Blue have been quite effective, and several players have kept up their excellent work.

One of the hitters who has been regularly hitting the ball hard and scoring runs is Suryakumar Yadav of India. Surya has been fantastic for India at the current World Cup, winning matches with his daring hits. The flashy right-hander had 225 runs scored for him and a batting average of 75.00 in just five innings.

Former Australia cricketer and current England assistant coach Michael Hussey said that the right-hander is a joy to see but that he should refrain from using the bat against the Three Lions in the highly anticipated semi-finals.

“He’s been sensational and has been doing it for a number of years in the IPL. And now to do it consistently at the highest level, it’s great to watch. Personally, love watching him bat. Obviously, I hope he doesn’t get a big score against England on Thursday (laughs),”

Said Hussey.

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“We have to be close to challenge them” Said Michael Hussey

The former Australian southpaw thinks the Three Lions will need to be “near” to challenging the Men in Blue, despite the fact that England has been deadly in their own right in the competition.

“India are a fantastic team, and we knew that coming into the tournament. We have to be very close to our best to really challenge them and win the match. And maybe, it’ll just be one or two little things. Whether they go for us or they go against us could be the difference between winning and losing the match,”

He added.

“It’s going to be a great spectacle – two fantastic teams and they’ll both be going as hard as they possibly can. It’s the World Cup semi-final, and that prize to make it to the final at the MCG is pretty motivating. So, it should be a great contest,”

Hussey conclude.

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