Sri Lanka
With three consecutive fifty-plus scores against Sri Lanka, Shreyas Iyer led India to victory.

With the hosts winning 3-0, India’s Shreyas Iyer was named Player of the Series after scoring three consecutive half-centuries in the match against Sri Lanka.

In the three Twenty20 Internationals against Sri Lanka, India batsman Shreyas Iyer has remarked that he will draw a lot of positives from this performance. Shreyas Iyer was named Player of the Series after amassing 204 runs against Sri Lanka in T20I matches. All three games of the series were won by right-handed hitters. “First and foremost, I want to savor this moment since I’ve racked up an impressive total in this Twenty20 International series. I’d like to take a breather and not worry about the future. I’m just savoring the present moment at this time. When it comes to T20Is, batting at the top of the order is a great position from which to build your innings. It’s impossible to give yourself time if you bat the order down. You have to start from the beginning “Speaking at a virtual news conference, Iyer said:

“A laudable effort on my part was not to be eliminated in any of the three games. But I have no illusions about the level of competitiveness in our group. All I care about is making the most of every chance. That’s how I approach games: with the goal of winning them all. As a batsman, I can’t talk about securing a spot on the team because the competition is so fierce “she said.

In discussing team competitiveness, Shreyas stated: “To me, it’s just about taking advantage of every opportunity that comes my way. Playing as I used to does not require any additional preparation on my part.” My mentality is to focus on my strengths rather than focusing on my weaknesses. When people say that my weak point is a short ball, I don’t let it get to me.”

India beat Sri Lanka by six wickets in the third and final Twenty20 International match. The Men in Blue brought down the 146-run goal in 16.5 overs thanks to an undefeated 73* from Shreyas Iyer for the hosts. In the 146-run chase, India did not encounter any difficulties. Shreyas scored 73* off 45 balls to win the chase for the third time in a row. With 19 balls to spare and six wickets in hand, the hosts completed the task with ease.

Sri Lanka was bowled out for 146 in their 20 overs by Indian bowlers earlier in the day. Sri Lanka’s skipper, Dasun Shanaka, made 74 and Dinesh Chandimal contributed 25 as the tourists reached a solid total. Avesh Khan took two wickets, while Mohammed Siraj, Harshal Patel, and Ravi Bishnoi each took a single wicket each.

“Shanaka’s recent performances have been nothing short of spectacular. There is no way to put the blame on our bowlers in that situation; we devise our strategies and even the smallest error might lead to a boundary violation. Shanaka took on our bowlers “Shreyas remarked.

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