“Ye konse angle se out hai bhai?”- Suryakumar Yadav’s tweet makes rocks on tweeter.



Suryakumar Yadav’s dream international batting debut came to a disputable end as he was expected to have been out on 57, captured at serious fine leg by David Malan off the bowling of Sam Curran.

Playing some shining shots, Suryakumar Yadav declared himself on the international stage and watched set to possibly get a century.

Still, his near-chanceless innings came to a premature end, thanks to a dodgy judgment from the on-field umpire.

Fans on Twitter break out after Suryakumar Yadav’s controversial release

Replays indicated that 3 might be a debate about whether some part of Malan’s right hand was under the ball, as it was nearest to the grass.

However, since there was no final indication for overturning the soft signal (out), the third-umpire had to go with the on-field decide.

Fans on Twitter were completely furious as they believe Suryakumar Yadav was batting beautifully. They certainly believed some part of the ball had touched the grass and the 30-year-old should have been given not out.

This unhappy dismissal has yet again sparked a debate about whether the soft signal by the on-field umpire and umpire’s call must be junk completely.

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#Indian fans to 3rd umpire after giving out to #suryakumaryadav #NOT OUT #INDvsEBG pic.twitter.com/FlCEyr1dT5

— JEETU (@Jitendra0917) March 18, 2021

There was No conclusive evidence still the Batsman had to get out. Sometimes the players really suffer coz of the Third umpire’s confusion 🤦‍♀️ #NOTOUT

 #SuryakumarYadav #INDvsENG_2021 pic.twitter.com/MqCOZ1hMyP

— Kriti Sharma (@Kriti_Sharma01) March 18, 2021

Ye konse angle se out hai bhai @ICC @BCCI #INDvsEND #sky #SuryakumarYadav https://t.co/ljGktrrF5V

— Tushar Ambekar (@tusharpeace) March 18, 2021

While Suryakumar’s arguable dismissal will be a hot topic for quite some time, it doesn’t take out from the fact that it was an absolutely fantastic knock by someone playing his first international innings.

The 30-year-old’s brave, counter-attacking strokeplay shocked the visitors. Given that he hadn’t batted on his debut and was went down in the next game, there could have been huge pressure on Suryakumar Yadav’s accept while batting.

Although, his first-ball six off Jofra Archer was sufficient to show how he was going to go about his innings. With 6 boundaries and 3 sixes, Suryakumar has proved to be a true opponent for a place in Team India’s T20 World Cup team.

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