STAND AND DELIVER
The New Indian Express Chennai|January 25, 2020
Stellar fifty in opening T20I against New Zealand, which ensured a six-wicket win, makes Shreyas the man to watch in India’s middle-order
RAHUL RAVIKUMAR

LET the No 4 talks begin once again.

They should. Especially after how Friday ended at Eden Park in Auckland. The stakes were high; who wants to lose the opener of any series? New Zealand didn’t have their gun bowlers, but they’d still erected a 200-plus run-mountain. KL Rahul and Virat Kohli did what they always do, but India were still 80-odd runs away from the finish line. The required rate was on the verge of going into double digits. In walked Shreyas Iyer at two-drop, bossed the chase, notched up his second T20I fifty, gave the Men in Blue a 1-0 lead, and also took home the Man of the Match trophy. Solid reasons for Netizens to reassert that the 25-year-old is the man for that jinxed slot, no?

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