Suryakumar Yadav reaction on Arjuna Ranatunga‘ second-string ’expression

Ranatunga has criticized Srilanka Board for agreeing to play against India's second-tier Indian team.


With the big team visiting England, the Indian team with the second game went to Sri Lanka to get limited overs. A few days back Arjuna Ranatunga, who won the Sri Lankan title in 1996 at the World Cup, had criticized Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) for agreeing to play with a second-tier team and said that was an insult to Sri Lanka. Indian batter SuryaKumar Yadav has said that the team has not considered his comment at all.


India and Sri Lanka are scheduled to lock each other's horns with three ODIs and several T20Is starting on July 13. Therefore, at a press conference on Tuesday, the Indian striker said the team is focused and well on track to practice times. He added that the team would enjoy the series and thus ignored Ranatunga's comments


Yadav also added that the team had a good team game yesterday and that they were all prepared to take the challenge forward. "We are not thinking about that (Ranatunga's comment). We’re just here to have fun, enjoy this series completely and take a lot of good memmories from here. "Suryakumar said.

Suryakumar Yadav for having Rahul Dravid as coach

Rahul Dravid has taken on the role of head coach for the Indian side on this trip and his presence will be a highlight for many young men on the side. Opening the same, Yadav said it was a great opportunity to be with Rahul Dravid.


He also added that he has been hearing about Dravid and how he will deal with the game since then and look forward to it. “But I have heard a lot from many players that he is calm and calm when it comes to his role. So I am very happy and look forward to that. ”


After making a spark in the IPL playing for the Mumbai Indians, Suryakumar Yadav received his debut call for India against England. He has currently played three T20Is in India and impressed everyone by playing 57 runs off 37 balls in the second match against the visitors in Ahmedabad.