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‘Maarne Ka Mood Nahi Ho Raha’ – Suryakumar Yadav’s HILARIOUS Chat Caught on Stump-Mic | WATCH

Brisbane: For India, Suryakumar Yadav is the man who is in red-hot form. Plaudits and fans believe he is the man to watch out for. It will be Surya’s first tour to Australia, but he has shown that he has got a hang of the wickets and that augurs well for India. He got among the runs in one of the games against Western Australia XI and then followed it up with a blazing fifty against the hosts at Brisbane on Monday. The Indian top-order batter hit 50 off 33 balls. But what drew attention was a clip that surfaced on social space after the game. The Indian batter can be heard saying, “Maarne ka mood hi nahi ho raha yaar” (I’m just not in a mood to be hitting today, man). He said this to Azar Patel who was at the non-striker’s end.Also Read – LIVE | Pak vs Afg Updates, Warm-up Game: Babar Back; Pakistan Opt to Bowl

Here is the clip, use headphones for best audio quality: Also Read – NZ vs IND Dream11 Prediction, Fantasy Cricket Hints ICC T20 World Cup 2022: Captain, Vice-Captain, Probable Playing 11s For Today's New Zealand vs India T20 WC Warm-up Match at Gabba, Brisbane at 1:30 PM IST October 19 Wed

@surya_14kumar – Maarne ka mood hi nahi ho raha yaar
Got out very next ball #AUSvIND #T20WorldCup #T20WorldCup2022 pic.twitter.com/TWBM2zSAtA

— Aditya Kukalyekar (@adikukalyekar) October 17, 2022

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“I thought we batted well, towards the end we could have added 10-15 runs more. We always want a set batter to stay till the end, SKY did it, overall a great batting effort with nice bounce, was a pitch where you can trust your shots. You got to be smart with batting on grounds like these. You can’t forget to push the balls into the gaps, scoring 8-9 runs in an over can be quite an effective plan. It was a great practice game for us,” Rohit said at the post-match presentation after India edged Australia by six runs.

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