WATCH: Rohit Sharma’s Brutal Reaction on Suryakumar Yadav .’s Strike Form

Suryakumar Yadav is currently at the peak of his career as a right-handed batsman who ranks second on the ICC T20I batter list and performed brilliantly in the recently concluded T20I series against South Africa, which India won 2-1. The midfield right batter hit two straight fifties in the first and second game.

His extraordinary performance helped him win the Player of the Series award. With 801 runs from just 23 games, he is the leading go-getter in T20Is this year. After scoring tons of runs in the first two games, the 32-year-old had scored just eight runs off six balls in the final T20I. In the post-match presentation, skipper Rohit Sharma tricked Surya for his poor percussion in the final match.

“Speaking of the concerns, starting with Surya’s form, there’s a little bit of concern, and then you know, we need to look at that (starts laughing),” Rohit said. Former Indian cricketer Murali Kartik, doing the presenters’ duty, then joined in with a laugh and said: “I thought it would be the least of your worries!”

Finally, Rohit went on to discuss India’s death bowling problems. “No, honestly, we have to look at our bowling. What other options can we find in the power play, in the middle-overs and also in death,” said Rohit.

“The last two series have been very challenging. We played against the top 2 sides. We had to face difficult challenges. We will go back and see what we can do better. It will be a challenge, but we have to respond to that. I’d still say we’re working towards that Guys need clarity on what we want to achieve and it’s my job to get that across It’s a work in progress and we want to keep moving forward to achieve that do,” Rohit added.

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