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ICC T20 World Cup IND vs AUS Warm Up: SKY says Maarne ka mood ni hora hai

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SKY says Maarne ka mood ni hora hai

SKY says Maarne ka mood ni hora hai: The warm-up games for the T20 World Cup 2022 have started for India and Rohit Sharma-led side was put into bat first by the Australia skipper Aaron Finch in the two teams’ on October 17 in Brisbane.

The opening pair put on 78 run partnership and it set the platform for the likes of Suryakumar Yadav to finish the innings on a high. In the form Yadav is in, it was always going to be difficult to stop him and he responded with yet another stunning half-century.

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It was a typical Suryakumar innings, as he played a lot of paddles and sweeps and hit six fours and a six at will in his superlative knock. However, he caught the eyes of the fans and left them in splits with a savage statement that was caught on the stump mic.

After reaching a fantastic half century, Suryakumar told Axar Patel at the other end that he is not in the mood to kill the bowling which was clearly audible. To his surprise, the right-hander was dismissed on the very next ball.

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Meanwhile, India finished with a big total of 186 for 7 in their 20 overs in the first innings. KL Rahul was the top scorer with a 33-ball 57 while Dinesh Karthik played a small cameo of 14-ball 20 apart from Suryakumar’s half-century. Kane Richardson was the pick of the bowlers with 4 for 30 in his four overs.

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Australia had decided to rest the likes of Josh Hazlewood, Adam Zampa for the warm-up fixture while David Warner is yet to recover from the neck injury he picked up in the second T20I against England. India will play another warm-up fixture against New Zealand, on October 19, before the start of their campaign against Pakistan on October 23.

With Input From CricTracker

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