MI’s Suryakumar Yadav destroys camera in net session as star gears up for CSK clash

MI’s Suryakumar Yadav destroys camera in net session as star gears up for CSK clash

Suryakumar Yadav practiced in the nets ahead of the clash against Chennai Super Kings at the Wankhede on Sunday

Mumbai Indians will face Chennai Super Kings in their fourth home match this season on Sunday night. After a poor start to this IPL after three losses, MI had two consecutive wins in their home ground. Mumbai’s star batsman, Suryakumar Yadav joined the team last week after recovering from an injury.

Mr 360 shines in the nets

In a video posted by Mumbai Indians, Suryakumar Yadav can be seen practicing. He is seen batting in the nets at the Wankhede Stadium during the practice session. 

The video shows the ball hitting the nick of Suryakumar’s bat and hitting the camera, which is recording the nets session. From another angle, the camera can be seen getting dismantled from its stand as the ball hits it. In the funny tweet, Mumbai quoted, ‘Humne kya bigaada tha, Surya dada?’ 

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SKY makes a comeback after injury

Suryakumar joined the Mumbai Indians camp last week after his recovery. The world number one T20 batsman had a sports hernia, a right knee injury, and an ankle problem. After returning from recovering from his injury, he played an exceptional knock in the previous game against the Royal Challengers Bengaluru. Scoring a quick 52, which included 5 boundaries and 4 sixes, he destroyed all the hopes of RCB.

Playing with a strike rate of 273.68, Vyshak managed to dismiss the swashbuckling batsman. By then, the match was comfortably in control of the hosts. This spells good for the Mumbai Indians franchise, which has struggled to kick off their campaign. MI lost the first three games, but came back strongly in their next two.


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