Suryakumar Yadav's Hilarious Response To Mistaken Identity In Press Conference Goes Viral- WATCH

Before asking his question, a reporter addressed Suryakumar Yadav as Mohammed Siraj and fumbled for a while, realising his mistake. But to everyone's delight, SKY took the mistake sportingly and his hilarious response is now doing the rounds on social media.
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Suryakumar Yadav's Hilarious Response To Mistaken Identity In Press Conference Goes Viral- WATCH

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India batter Suryakumar Yadav's hilarious response to a journalist addressing him as Mohammed Siraj has gone viral on social media. The pre-match press conference ahead of India's first Super 8 clash against Afghanistan showed another instance where the 360-degree batter showed his humorous skills and provided a fun element.
Before asking his question, a reporter addressed SKY as Siraj and fumbled for a while, realising his mistake. But to everyone's delight, SKY took the mistake sportingly and his hilarious response is now doing the rounds on social media.
This isn't the first instance of SKY showing his humour, with numerous videos having surfaced earlier where the India batter has shown his funny side.
"Siraj to nahi hai yaar. Siraj bhai khana kha rahe hai (laughs) (Siraj isn't here, mate. Siraj is having his food)," SKY replied to the journalist. Watch the video here:
Meanwhile, in the game, Afghanistan skipper Rashid Khan (3/26) improved his ordinary record against India before SKY (53 off 28) played like he only can to take his side to 181/8 after India decided to bat on a surface where it was difficult to hit through the line.
Afghanistan were never in the run chase and folded up for 134 in 20 overs. The questionable shot selection from the Afghan batters contributed to their downfall, extending their winless run against India.
Ace India pacer Jasprit Bumrah (3/7 in four overs) was too good for the opposition again while Kuldeep Yadav (2/32), playing his first match of the T20 World Cup, made an impact as well.
India’s next Super 8 fixture against Bangladesh will take place in in Antigua on Saturday.
Earlier, SKY was back to his nonchalant best and picked the fours at will on a pitch where the other batters struggled to get going. The other notable contributions came from Rishabh Pant (20 off 11), who too found the fours from the word go and Hardik Pandya (32 off 24).
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