Surya Kumar Yadav plays domestic cricket for Mumbai
Yadav, who has scored more than 10 thousand runs in all three formats in domestic career
Dainik BhaskarDec 24, 2019, 07:19 PM IST Sports Desk. Former Indian team spinner Harbhajan Singh has expressed displeasure at the BCCI selection committee over the dealings with Mumbai batsman Surya Kumar Yadav. In a tweet, Harbhajan asked what was Yadav's mistake? His displeasure is about this, even after performing consistently well, Yadav is not being given a place in the Indian team. However, he has been selected for the India A team going on the New Zealand Tour.
Expressing his displeasure, Harbhajan wrote in his tweet, 'I keep wondering what Surya Kumar Yadav has done wrong? Except for scoring runs like other players who are constantly getting a chance to play for Team India, Bharat-A and Bharat-B. Why are there different rules for different players? '
I keep wondering wondering wrong @ surya_14kumar hv done? Apart from scoring runs like others who keep getting picked for Team India India / A India / B why different rules for different players ???
– Harbhajan Turbanator (@harbhajan_singh) December 24, 2019
Selected for India A team
Recently, Surya Kumar was included in the India 'A' team selected for the New Zealand Tour, but his selection was not made for the T20 and ODI series against Sri Lanka and Australia, Harbhajan is angry. India-A team will play 2 practice matches, 3 ODIs and 2 four-day series on the New Zealand Tour. Yadav has been selected for practice matches and ODI series.
More than 10 thousand runs scored in a nine-year career
Yadav, 29, is an all-rounder and plays for Mumbai in domestic tournaments. He played a debut match in domestic cricket in February 2010 and has scored 10,243 runs in all three formats so far. In his first class career, he has played 73 matches, scoring 4920 runs (13 centuries and 24 fifties) and taken 24 wickets. In List-A career, he has taken 23 wickets in 88 matches besides taking 6 wickets. Yadav's T20 career has also been very good, in which he has taken 6 wickets apart from scoring 3012 runs in 149 matches.
Performance has also been good in IPL
In a recent Ranji Trophy match, Yadav scored an unbeaten 102, batting brilliantly against Baroda, and played a key role in Mumbai's win. Yadav has also performed well in the Indian Premier League. Here he has scored a total of 1548 runs in 85 matches, applying seven fifty. In the IPL, he has played for Kolkata and Mumbai.
The Indian team will play a three-match T20 series against Sri Lanka from 5 January. At the same time, between 14 January and 19 January, an ODI series of matches will be played against Australia.