India vs Hong Kong, Asia Cup 2022: Virat Kohli’s fifty, Surya’s blitzkrieg and other talking points

India expectedly had no trouble defeating minnows Hong Kong in the Group A encounter of the Asia Cup 2022 to qualify for the Super Four stages. This was India’s second win in as many games as the Rohit Sharma-led outfit earlier defeated Pakistan in the opening game.

Sent to bat first, Indian batters had a merry time during the lopsided match as they clobbered the hapless Hong Kong bowlers at will to take post a huge 192/2 in 20 overs. To the minnows’ credit, they did managed to go past 150 and played the entire quota of 20 overs against quality Indian bowling.

There were plenty of points worth pondering about during the game and Firstpost takes a look at them:

Suryakumar Yadav smashes bowlers at will

Hong Kong bowlers should have felt happy with their efforts midway through the innings as they contained the Indian top-order to mere 70 runs in the first 10 overs. All that changed once Suryakumar Yadav arrived in the 14th over with 94/2 on the board. The 31-year-old batter, who has been in fine form of late, scored a 26-ball 68 to give Indian bowlers a solid total to defend.

The highlight of his knock was certainly the final over of his innings as he whacked an inexperienced medium pacer Haroon Arshad for 26 runs. The blitzkrieg included four sixes as he distorted the line and length of the 22-year-old Hongkonger throughout the park.

Virat Kohli hits first half-century in T20I since February

Surya’s firework overshadowed Virat Kohli’s return to form as the former Indian captain scored a 44-ball 59, laced with three boundaries and a six, for his first half-century since February in T20I. For the record, the last fifty. also his first of the year came against West Indies at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata.

By his own high standard, the 33-year-old batter won’t claim it to be his best of innings as the amount of boundaries he hit during his knock. Kohli, in particular, was at discomfort against spinners for a change on a slow Dubai surface and could be a weakness for stronger teams to exploit later in the day.

Also, a half-century against a weak Asian side won’t please many skeptics but could give Kohli the rhythm and confidence for the rest of the series.

KL Rahul 39-ball 36 pleases few

KL Rahul managed to get some runs out of his bat with a 36-run knock after falling for a first-ball duck against Pakistan in the group opener. However, taking 39 deliveries for the knock and hitting just two sixes meant the opener had to face the ire of the fans and was soon the butt of all jokes on social media.

During the last IPL, Rahul’s credential as a T20 batter was questioned as his inability to accelerate after the powerplay did opponents more favour than trouble.

Bhuvneshwar Kumar pick among bowlers again

Indian senior pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar has turned his career around since IPL this season. It’s hard to believe the same pacer was struggling to earn the faith of other franchises at the auction earlier this year and could only fetch 4.20 crore against his 2 crore base price.

And on Wednesday, the 32-year-old Indian pacer gave away just 15 runs in three overs while picking a wicket. His spell, along with Ravindra Jadeja (1/15) and Yuzvendra Chahal (0/18), never gave Hong Kong a shot at chasing.

His spell comes after Bhuvi took 4/26 against Pakistan in the group opener, making him the most reliant pacer of the team.

Avesh Khan and Arshdeep Singh go for a plenty

That’s because the remaining Indian pacers in the playing XI in Avesh Khan and Arshdeep Singh failed to impress and went for plenty against a weak batting outfit. The inexperienced of the duo was found wanting as Avesh gave away 53 runs in four overs while Arsdeep coughed up 44 runs in as many.

And something that may bother India in the remaining games against considerably stronger teams is spinner Chahal goes another match without picking a wicket.

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Asia Cup 2022: Suryakumar Yadav, Virat Kohli anchor India to big win against Hong Kong

Suryakumar orchestrated the carnage while Kohli made an unbeaten 59 from 44 balls, his first international fifty in more than six months, as India amassed 78 runs in the final five overs

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September 01, 2022 01:26:06 IST

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Suryakumar Yadav and Virat Kohli unveiled a brilliant batting performance against Hong Kong in the Asia Cup 2022 fixture. The two batters stitched an unbeaten stand of 98 runs for the third wicket as India posted 192/2 in 20 overs. AP

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Virat Kohli notched up 59* off 44 which included three maximums and a four. AP

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Suryakumar Yadav was on a roll as he hammered the Hong Kong bowlers all around the park and smashed an unbeaten 68 off 26. The right-hander struck six sixes and as many fours. AP

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Later, Indian bowlers picked up wickets at regular intervals and eventually restricted the opponents to 152/5 in 20 overs. AP

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Ravindra Jadeja was the pick of the bowlers as he returned with figures of 1/15 in 4 overs. AP

Short of words to describe it: Rohit Sharma applauds Suryakumar Yadav’s ‘fearless’ knock vs Hong Kong

India skipper Rohit Sharma said he was lost for words that would appropriately describe Suryakumar Yadav’s 26-ball 68 against Hong Kong in the Asia Cup in Dubai on Wednesday.

Suryakumar smashed six sixes and as many fours in his sizzling knock to lift India to 192 for two, enough to secure a 40-run win and a place in the Super 4 stage of the tournament.

“The kind of innings he played today, the words will be short,” Rohit said at the post-match presentation.

“We have seen that with him every now and then. He comes up with such kinds of knocks. He just comes out and bats fearlessly which is what the team expects from him.

“Some of the shots he played today, those are not written anywhere in the book. It was very pleasing to watch. Shot selection was also crucial. We know he can play all around the park,” Rohit was all praise for Surya.

India were off to a sedate beginning and both their openers Rohit and KL Rahul failed to convert their starts.

But Virat Kohli held the innings together, scoring his first international half-century (59 not out from 44 balls) in more than six months, even as Suryakumar provided the much-needed impetus in the back-10. The duo put together 98 runs in an unbroken third-wicket stand.

Suryakumar batted at No 4, days after Ravindra Jadeja played a match-winning knock after being promoted to the same position.

“We have also informed the group about this (flexibility in the batting order) as well. Most of the guys are ready to take the opportunity and be ready to bat wherever required.

“That’s the flexibility we need. We’ll take those chances. We are going to try and use the right match-ups,” Rohit said.

Asked about his wide range of shots, Suryakumar said some of them were pre-determined.

“Some of them (shots) were pre-determined, this format is all about what you think and how you prepare before you go out to bat,” Suryakumar said after being adjudged player of the match.

“I felt the wicket was a bit slow. My plan was clear. My role was to go in and take the tempo up and just express myself, I just loved it.” On adapting to different positions, he said: “You (have) got to be flexible, you should be equipped to bat at any number, and I have opened as well. I have batted at all number. I really enjoyed it.”

Meanwhile, Hong Kong skipper Nizakat Khan also appreciated the way Suryakumar batted in his unbeaten knock of 68 off just 26 balls, saying that it was great to watch and rued the slip-ups made by his bowlers in the death overs after electing to bowl first.

“I think the way we started with the ball, we were amazing till 13th over, fielding was good too. But we slipped after that, especially in the death overs, but the way Suryakumar batted, it was good to watch,” said Nizakat in post-match presentation ceremony.

Hong Kong came into the Asia Cup main event after topping the qualifying tournament in Oman, winning all three matches against Singapore, Kuwait and UAE.

“I think it (Asia Cup) was a big opportunity for all the boys. I know we were away for a long time, boys were playing with injuries, credit goes to them, I am very proud of them,” added Nizakat.

India sealing one of the two Super Four spots meant Friday’s match between Hong Kong and Pakistan is a virtual quarterfinal clash for the second and last spot.

“I think we’re going to sit down tomorrow (Thursday), we will look at our death bowling, we will improve in the next game (against Pakistan),” concluded Nizakat.

With PTI inputs

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Asia Cup 2022: Twitter lauds Suryakumar Yadav’s ‘special knock’ as India clinch 40-run win over Hong Kong

India clinched a convincing win by 40 runs against Hong Kong in the Asia Cup 2022 fixture in Dubai after restricting them to 152/5 in 20 overs while chasing 193


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September 1st, 2022

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Suryakumar Yadav scored 68* off 26 vs Hong Kong. AP

India clinched a convincing win by 40 runs against Hong Kong in the Asia Cup 2022 fixture in Dubai after restricting them to 152/5 in 20 overs while chasing 193.

The Indian bowlers picked up wickets at regular intervals and reduced to the opponents to 116/5 in the 18th over before Zeeshan Ali and Scott McKechnie chipped in with some quick runs. While Zeeshan scored 26 off 17, McKechnie remained unbeaten at 16 off 8.

Ravindra Jadeja was the pick of the bowlers as he returned with figures of 1/15 in 4 overs.

Earlier, it was Suryakumar Yadav and Virat Kohli who unleashed a batting masterclass with a stunning partnership of unbeaten 98 runs for the third wicket. While Kohli notched up a half-century and returned not out for 59 off 44, SKY hammered the Hong Kong bowlers all around the park and struck 68* in just 26 deliveries, a knock which included six sixes and as many fours including a 26-run final over.

India eventually posted 192/2 in 20 overs.

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Updated Date: September 01, 2022 00:30:47 IST

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India vs Hong Kong, Asia Cup Stat Attack: Suryakumar shatters multiple records, Rohit creates history and more

Suryakumar Yadav broke multiple records during his fiery 68-run knock against Hong Kong.


Suryakumar Yadav struck 26 runs in the final over. (Photo Source: BCCI/Twitter)

Defending champions India defeated Hong Kong by 40 runs in their Asia Cup match in Dubai on Wednesday, registering their second successive win in the continental tournament.

Sent into bat at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium, India scored 192 for two with Virat Kohli (59 not out) and Suryakumar Yadav (68 not out) being the team’s main contributors.

In reply, Hong Kong were restricted for 152/5 in their allotted 20 overs as India entered the Super 4 stage of the tournament.

After a sedate start when opener KL Rahul struggled to score freely, India upped the ante in the back-10, with Suryakumar going after the attack in the company of a fluent Kohli.

Entering the final over on 42, Suryakumar smashed Haroon Arshad for four sixes from five balls, helping India amass 26 runs. He got to his fifty in just 22 balls and went onto score 68 runs in just 26 balls.

We now take a look at some of the stats from the game:

1) Rohit Sharma became the first men cricketer to score 3500 runs in T20I history. New Zealand’s Martin Guptill, who has scored 3497 runs, is in the second position and Virat Kohli is placed in the third position with 3,343 runs. Notably, Rohit is also the highest run-getter in the shortest version of the game.

2) Suryakumar Yadav’s 68* is the highest score by a batter in the ongoing Asia Cup 2022.

3) Suryakumar also smashed most sixes (6) by an Indian in a T20 Asia Cup match. No other Indian batter has slammed more than three sixes in a men’s T20 Asia Cup match.

4) Suryakumar also recorded the most runs (26) by an Indian in the 20th over of a T20I match.

5) Hong Kong is now the first associate side to register a 150+ score against India in T20Is.

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Asia Cup 2022: Virat Kohli, Suryakumar Yadav power India into Super Four with win over Hong Kong

Kohli made 59 while Suryakumar smashed 68 off 26 balls as the pair put on an unbeaten stand of 98 to steer India to 192/2 after being put in to bat first


Both Virat Kohli and Suryakumar Yadav scored individual fifties. AP

Dubai: Star batsman Virat Kohli and Suryakumar Yadav hit half-centuries to help India move into the Asia Cup Super Four stage with a 40-run win over Hong Kong on Wednesday.

Kohli made 59 while Suryakumar smashed 68 off 26 balls as the pair put on an unbeaten stand of 98 to steer India to 192/2 after being put in to bat first in the Twenty20 tournament in Dubai.

Hong Kong were limited to 152/5 in reply as India registered their second successive victory to join Afghanistan in the next round of the six-nation tournament, which acts as a tune-up to the T20 World Cup in October-November.

But it was Suryakumar’s batting blitz that stood out as the number four blasted his way to a 22-ball fifty and finished the innings with four sixes in the final over.

Hong Kong, who made the main draw after winning all three of their matches in the qualifiers in Oman, had largely kept India in check before losing their way once Suryakumar started teeing off.

The 33-year-old Kohli, who is going through an extended batting slump and made 35 in his team’s opening win over Pakistan, also got going to complete his 31st half-century in his 101st T20 international.

Skipper Rohit Sharma started cautiously before clubbing Hong Kong medium-pace bowler Haroon Arshad for two sixes and a four in a 22-run third over.

Spinner Ehsan Khan slowed the scoring and seamer Ayush Shukla reaped the benefits in the next over as he took down Rohit with a slow off-cutter. He made 21.

Kohli walked in to loud cheers from a sparse Indian crowd but struggled to play freely against a disciplined bowling attack which kept the runs down.

Kohli finally opened up to get a boundary with a straight drive off leg-spinner Mohammad Ghazanfar and soon found some rhythm as he hit three sixes in his 44-ball knock.

KL Rahul and Kohli kept the score ticking with singles and twos with occasional boundaries to put on 56 runs before Ghazanfar broke through with the wicket of Rahul (36).

Left-arm quick Arshdeep Singh struck early for India with the wicket of Yasim Murtaza but Babar Hayat countered with some attacking shots.

Skipper Nizakat Khan fell to a direct throw from Ravindra Jadeja, who then removed Hayat for 41 with his left-arm spin.

Kinchit Shah (30) and Zeeshan Ali (26 not out) also played useful knocks to reduce the margin of defeat.

Bangladesh and Sri Lanka will battle it out for a Super Four spot from Group B in a do-or-die match on Thursday after Afghanistan moved clear with two wins.

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India vs Hong Kong, Asia Cup 2022: KL Rahul, Rishabh Pant and question of playing spinners

The win against Hong Kong in Asia Cup 2022 was not even a consideration and once India ended up scoring so over 190 runs, it was just for the records. This group has in any case been set up to ensure that India and Pakistan make it to the Super Four and Hong Kong is one match that would ensure enough points for the team finishing second to also make the grade.

This was a match where everyone in question would be expected to get some serious match practice and score some runs that would make those who were a little hesitant about their form to get that sense of security.

India duly won the match and topped Group A to make it to the Super Four. But even as a few wrinkles were ironed out in some manner, some interesting questions did crop up. While questions will always come, in every match, these were pertaining to things to do with the matches to come.

Was Rishabh Pant inclusion wasted?

There is an interesting one. Who among Rishabh Pant and Dinesh Karthik is the choice for the T20 World Cup? If the match with Pakistan is any indication, Karthik seems ahead, which is a little surprising and inconceivable, given that Pant has been the favourite for long and he is now also beginning to get comfortable in white-ball cricket.

Also, if the change in the line-up does not merit a little bit of experimentation, why make any change at all? India’s winning combination against Pakistan just had that one change – Pant instead of Hardik Pandya – in the Hong Kong match. So, if Pant is in the side, surely, he needs to get a bat. If there is a change in personnel and no change in the batting order, especially in a match where no way all the top seven batters were going to get a hit, then why was the new player included?

No other match will be as easy, irrespective of whoM you play. As it turns out, India have two big ones back-to-back in the Super Four, against Pakistan and then Afghanistan, on September 4 and 6 respectively, and definitely you need all your potential players to get a hit. In fact, all the reserves could have been fielded in the Hong Kong match, but that would be expecting too much.

So, if tomorrow India need to play Pant in the XI against one of these matches, he will go in without any batting in the tournament. May not be a major issue, but could well become one.

KL Rahul fails to convince

After Rahul’s first-ball duck against Pakistan, there was a lot of trolling of social media, saying that whatever he did in the Hong Kong match, he’d be in a corner. That, to an extent, is true.

Rahul was nothing more than cautious in this match as well. He scored at a good pace, but at no stage looked convincing. In fact, at times he was positively straggling.

Rahul too is surely in the World Cup consideration, so how he fares is important. He has so far looked quite unsure. One wonders if he has been brought back without being totally fit. Or is it just a mental thing?

Playing spin bowling

There was one stage during the Indian innings, with Rahul and Virat Kohli at the crease when one was left wondering, “if they are not being able to deal with these spinners, how will they fare against the better bowlers”?

Both the batters found it difficult to get the spinners away, especially the slow left-arm Yasim Murtaza. Neither of them was able to deal with the slow pace and was unable to alter the normal game of stepping out and hitting him over the top. Rahul was not comfortable even against the leg-spin of Mohammad Ghazanfar. He did hit him for a six, and as Gautam Gambhir correctly observed in the commentary box, he didn’t go for another big shot even though it was merited, in the same over.

Compare that with how Suryakumar Yadav dealt with Murtaza and the rest. A swept four off the first ball, another off the very next ball and by the time the Hong Kong bowlers realised what was going on, the scoring had gone through the roof.

It was an easy win but little will be easy in the Super Four. Imagine getting stuck against Rashid Khan and the other Afghan bowlers. Even Bangladesh or Sri Lanka will pose a challenge and we are not even mentioning Pakistan.

Big teams come good when it matters the most but these are questions that could still crop up, especially the spin issue. Will be interesting indeed to see how it all goes.

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India vs Hong Kong Asia Cup Live score and updates: Hong Kong are 119/5 in 18 overs in 193-run chase vs India

IND vs HK LIVE SCORE
FOUR! Arshdeep comes round the wicket, bowls a perfect yorker just outside off and Zeeshan gets the bat down at the right time and gets a boundary to the third man area

IND vs HK LIVE SCORE
FOUR! Some fireworks from Hong Kong batters in that over. Two consecutive boundaries now. First Scott McKechnie went over the fine leg fielder and now he has got one through the backward point area

IND vs HK LIVE SCORE
SIX! That’s the second six of the over. Avesh once again bowls that short and wide and Scott McKechnie upper cuts that to fetch a six over third man boundary

IND vs HK LIVE SCORE
WICKET! Bhuvneshwar Kumar comes in and picks up a wicket. Length ball, a bit of width on offer to Shah who tries to go for an aggressive stroke but doesn’t time it well and is caught by Ravi Bishnoi who runs in from long off and completes the catch in the third attempt

IND vs HK LIVE SCORE
WICKET! Avesh has the wicket finally. Straight and full from Avesh and Aizaz who tries to go for the big shot misses it completely and gets cleaned up

IND vs HK LIVE SCORE
FOUR! Just over Suryakumar Yadav stationed at mid wicket. Avesh bowls it back of the length and Aizaz pulls that for a boundary

IND vs HK LIVE SCORE
SIX! After a boundary in that over, Avesh has been hit for a maximum. He provides some width and Kinchit dispatches that over covers for a maximum

IND vs HK LIVE SCORE
WICKET! Now Jadeja has a wicket. The left-handed spinner comes round the wicket, gives some flight on it as it moves away from Hayat who tries to take the aerial route on it but miscues his stroke and is caught by Avesh Khan on the off side

IND vs HK LIVE SCORE
FOUR! Bad delivery from Yuzvendra Chahal. Tosses it up, bowls it around the leg stump and Kinchit Shah sweeps that to the deep fine leg region for a boundary

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WICKET! Ravindra Jadeja’s incredible fielding effort has given India a wicket. Arshdeep came round the wicket on the final ball of the powerplay which was also a FREE HIT. He bowls it a bit slow and wide, Nizakat Khan plays it straight to Jadeja at point region and comes out of the crease but turns back. Meanwhile, Jadeja throws the ball on to the stumps at striker’s end and hits the bull’s eye. The replay shows that the Hong Kong batter was short of his crease

Watch: Man seeking donation attaches QR code to his bull’s head

Originally, the video was shared in 2021 on Twitter by Mahindra Group chairman Anand Mahindra where he said, ‘Do you need any more evidence of the large-scale conversion to digital payments in India?’

Screen-grab from the video showing the decorated bull (Gangireddu) with the QR code on his head. Twitter/ @AwanishSharan

E-payments have indeed made lives easier, but a video currently doing the rounds of the internet could not have proved the point better. The video shows a man (haridasu) playing a ‘nadaswaram’ and asking for donations while being accompanied by his decorated bull (Gangireddu). But there is a twist. The clever man has attached a QR code on the cow’s head so that no person can avoid paying on the pretext of having no cash.

The viral video was recently shared by IAS officer Awanish Sharan on his Twitter account. While sharing the peculiar video, the IAS officer wrote in Hindi in the caption, “Ab cash nahi hone ka bahana nahi chalega. (Now the excuse of not having cash will not work).”

The video opens with a man playing an instrument and he is accompanied by his decorated cow and they are standing at the entrance of someone’s house. Then a man can be seen taking out his phone to scan the QR code on the cow’s head to make a donation via online payment. Originally, the video was shared in 2021 by Mahindra Group chairman Anand Mahindra.

The business tycoon, while posting the video, wrote in the caption, “Do you need any more evidence of the large-scale conversion to digital payments in India?!” The 2021 video has been played nearly 4 lakh times and has garnered more than 27,000 likes. Several social media users hailed the idea and started claiming that “digitalisation is at its peak”.

One user commented in Hindi, “Now there is no more stress of returning the money.”

Another commented, “It proves that digitalization is at its peak…”

Some of the users claimed that it’s a “revolution” that has begun in India.

Earlier, another viral video showed a man giving ‘shagun’ money to a ‘dholwala’ at a wedding by scanning a QR code pasted on his dhol.

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Asia Cup 2022: 6, 6, 6, 0, 6, 2; Suryakumar Yadav goes on maximum spree in 20th over


Suryakumar Yadav in action during India vs Hong Kong group match in Asia Cup 2022 in Dubai on Wednesday. AP

Suryakumar Yadav showed no mercy to minnows Hong Kong on Sunday as the 31-year-old Indian batter shot 26 runs in the final over to take his side to a 192/2 in 20 overs in their second group game of the Asia Cup 2022 in Dubai.

Yadav finished his innings at 68 not out of 26 deliveries while striking at a rate of 261.54. The worst of it was bored by young medium pacer Haroon Arshad (0/53 in 3 overs), who was clobbered for four sixes in the final over of the match.

The 22-year-old inexperienced bowler did invite trouble early on as his line length was there for the taking. He bowled a full toss at Surya outside off-stump in the first ball and the Indian batter swung it over sweeper cover for a six.

The pacer was probably looking for a wide yorker but bowled it full but wide outside off stump in the next ball, which was again reached by the Mumbai Indians batter for a six over deep extra cover. This maximum also helped Surya reached his half century in just 22 deliveries.

Arshad went straighter with his line of the next delivery and the batter made the most of it by swinging straight down the ground for a flat six into the sightscreen.

Arshad did came back stronger of the next delivery by bowling a slow bouncer to surprise SKY but bowled it back of the length in the fifth ball for the batter to scoop-pull it over the fine leg boundary for the fourth and final six of the over.

Haroon managed to save further embarrassment by giving away two runs of the final delivery as he took pace off a length ball, which was lofted drive by Surya to long-on.

Among other valuable contributions during the game, Virat Kohli returned to form with a 44-ball 59 not out while openers Rohit Sharma (captain) and KL Rahul contributed 21 runs and 36 runs each. Hong Kong bowlers had little to celebrate on the day except for Ayush Shukla (1/29) as he took the prized scalp of the Indian skipper.

At the time of writing, Hong Kong were 57/2 in 8 overs while chasing 193.

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