A cordial relationship between a mother and a son is unparalleled and most special in the world. While Indian batter Suryakumar Yadav smashed his second T20I century on November 20 (Sunday), against New Zealand, at Bay Oval, his mother got very emotional after her son played a fine knock in the blue jersey.
Surya’s innings was the talk of the town on Sunday as the batter continued his sublime form in the international set-up and played yet another instrumental knock for Team India. While batting first, India suffered an early blow in the form of Rishabh Pant, but the 32-year-old emerged as a saviour for Men in Blue as he scored an unbeaten 111 off just 51 deliveries, guiding India to 191-6 in the 1st innings.
Meanwhile, a video featuring Surya’s mother celebrating her son’s success is going viral on the internet. The video, originally posted by SKY’s sister Dinal Yadav on her Instagram stories, captured her mother’s raw emotions. In the short clip, one could see SKY’s mom clapping and praying to God as her son removed his helmet to celebrate his hundred.
The video also shows SKY’s mother touching her son’s face and blessing him through the TV screen while his father laughs in the background. The viral clip drew a lot of reactions from Indian cricket fans as they quickly noticed the special bond between a mother and a son.
Watch the video here:
Speaking of the match, India-led by Hardik Pandya, registered its maiden victory in the T20I after a shocking exit from the T20 World Cup in Australia. Apart from Suryakumar Yadav, allrounder Deepak Hooda delivered a clinical performance in the game as he picked up four wickets in the 2nd innings. Md. Siraj and Yuzvendra Chahal, too, bagged two wickets each.
New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson (61) was the highest run-getter from the hosts before New Zealand was bundled out at 126-10 in 18.5 overs. Notably, Suryakumar Yadav was adjudged Player of the Match award for his record-shattering knock. T eam India and New Zealand will regroup again for the final T20 international at McLean Park in Napier on November 22 (Wednesday).