Kamran Akmal credited the batsman more than Deepak Chahar for India’s victory in the second ODI against Sri Lanka

The last ODI of the three-match series (India) between India and Sri Lanka will be played on July 23 at the R Premadasa Stadium in Colombo. This will be the subject of many years of debate as Deepak Chahar led Team India to victory in the second match of the series. Chasing a target of 276, Team India lost seven wickets for 193, but then chased down an unbroken partnership of 84 runs between Chahar and Bhubaneswar Kumar and India recorded a historic victory. Chaher’s innings has been praised by all cricketers in the world and the name of Pakistan wicketkeeper batsman Kamran Akmal is also included in the list. Akmal praised Suryakumar Yadav and Deepak Chahar. Both batsmen scored fifty runs in this match. This is Suryakumar’s second one-day international, with the cricketer batting 70-80 in ODIs, Akmal said.

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Akmal said, ‘The way Suryakumar Yadav batted was incredible. He has played 70-80 ODIs and batted. He has played a lot of domestic cricket and he has been rewarded for it. He batted spectacularly but unfortunately LBW came out. Credit goes to Team India. Winning against the hosts on the Sri Lankan ground with new players and new coaching staff is a huge achievement. On this tour India played good cricket, especially in the 2nd ODI. Despite losing six wickets for 160 runs, Team India won.

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This is the first time since 2015 when Team India set a target of not exceeding fifty in the top-3 batsmen. India’s eyes are now on a clean sweep against Sri Lanka. India have not lost a one-day series against Sri Lanka in the last 24 years. The tour is led by Team India Shikhar Dhawan. Players like Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma, Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammad Siraj and Mohammad Shami are currently in England, where India will play a five-match Test series from August 4. Rahul Dravid has come to Sri Lanka with the team as head coach.

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