“Suryakumar Yadav is ready to overtake MS Dhoni” : Sky is all set to go past this record of the Ex-Indian captain

The current Indian middle-order batsman Surya Kumar Yadav is all set to break the record of legend MS Dhoni in the context of making the top score 2 times for the team while chasing the total of more than 160+ runs in away-from-home T20I matches. This is the most important thing in the context of superseding the former Indian captain MS Dhoni who actually ruled the arena of T20 cricket for more than 10 years in a consistent manner. Now the modern Indian 360° batsman Surya Kumar Yadav is steady and slowly taking him over in this format. 

     The three Indian batsmen Gautam Gambhir, MS Dhoni, and Suresh Raina in a row with Suryakumar Yadav with two top scorers while chasing the total of 160 + in the away matches, and except these four guys only Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli are ahead with the scores of 4 and 5 respectively.

Sky equals MS Dhoni by making the top score 2 times for the team while chasing a total of more than 160+ runs in overseas T20I matches

     Surya Kumar Yadav has also recently made his name into the second position of ICC T20 ranking now he is only behind the Pakistan skipper Babar Azam by just a distance of two rank points. The few performances which Yadav has given in the past series is against Ireland, England, and the current ongoing series of West Indies which actually surged his ranking.

   MS Dhoni who was the great finisher for the Indian team handed over the responsibility of finishing to Rishabh pant but now SKY is overtaking that from the pant. Suryakumar Yadav stamped his maiden T20I ton against the strong bowling side of England in the Nottingham T20 match. Beneath given the tweet from Cricbaba, which states that Surya Kumar Yadav is ready to take over in the context of breaking the huge number of Ex-Indian captain MS Dhoni. In this tweet complete Devra of this unique record is given which only a few numbers of batsmen has able to make their name into it. 

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