ICC T20 Player Of The Year 2022, Suryakumar Yadav In Award List

SKY is at its peak; ICC T20 player of the year 2022 named to Suryakumar Yadav

International Cricket Council (ICC) announced the T20 player of the year 2022. Suryakumar Yadav won this award. He scored 1164 runs in 31 matches at an average of 46.56 and a strike rate of 187.43. The other strong contestant for the same award was Muhammad Rizwan from Pakistan, Sikandar Raza from Zimbabwe, and Sam Curran from India.

In a press release, ICC announced,

“Suryakumar Yadav had a stellar year with the bat breaking an array of records and setting a benchmark like never before in the format. He became just the second batter to make more than 1000 runs in a calendar year in T20Is and ended the year as the highest run-getter, scoring 1164 runs at a ridiculous strike-rate of 187.43,”

There was also discussion about his record power hitting in the last year. The release added these words,

“Yadav hit a stunning 68 sixes during the year, easily the most recorded by anyone in a year in the format’s history. The Indian was the key batter for his team through the year, smashing two hundreds and nine half-centuries,”

His tremendous performance is also a part of the discussion,

“There were quite a few standout performances from Yadav during the year. But perhaps his best came in Nottingham against one of the best white-ball teams in recent times – England – when he made his maiden T20I hundred, a stunning 117 off 55 balls,”

And, “From 31/3 in a run chase of 216, Yadav lifted India with his outrageous stroke-making, giving the visitors a chance at chasing down the target. His dismissal ended India’s hopes of a famous victory, but he put the team within touching distance of what would have been an incredible win.”

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