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Ishan Kishan TROLLS Rohit Sharma for dropping him after scoring double century, WATCH | Cricket News

Ishan Kishan TROLLS Rohit Sharma for dropping him after scoring double century, WATCH | Cricket Information

Workforce India wicketkeeper Ishan Kishan performed his first ODI sport on Wednesday (January 19) towards New Zealand as he was dropped after getting a maiden double century in his final ODI innings towards Bangladesh final month. Kishan scored the fasted ODI double century however was dropped as skipper Rohit Sharma and Shubman Gill had been most well-liked as openers for the Sri Lanka ODI collection and KL Rahul was doing wicketkeeper’s responsibility.

On the day Kishan returned to the ODI fold, India acquired one other double centurion – Shubman Gill – at Hyderabad. After the primary ODI, which India managed to win by 12 runs, skipper Rohit took Shubman Gill and Ishan Kishan for a small interview. Rohit hilariously requested Ishan, why he didn’t play after scoring a double century in his final match.

Ishan Kishan answered again, saying, “Rohit bhaiya, aap hello to captain ho (Rohit brother, you’re the captain)!”

WATCH Rohit Sharma’s interplay with Shubman Gill and Ishan Kishan right here…

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Anticipate loads of enjoyable, banter & insights when captain @ImRo45, @ishankishan51 & @ShubmanGill bond over the microphone _ _ – By @ameyatilak

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— BCCI (@BCCI) January 19, 2023

Kishan additionally requested Gill how he prepares for large match, to which Rohit replied, “Tujhe to pata hona chahiye, tum dono hamesha saath rehte ho (You need to know, you’re all the time collectively).”

Gill replied that he doesn’t get good sleep in his resort room with Ishan Kishan. “Pre-match routine mera ye banda saara kharab kar deta hai, ye mujhe sone nahi deta. Ipad pe isko airpods nahi lagane hote, film chal rahi hoti hai full quantity pe,” Gill stated about Ishan Kishan.

Following his aspect’s 12-run win over New Zealand within the first ODI, Indian skipper Rohit Sharma admitted that his workforce ‘slipped up with the ball’. A top-class bowling effort from Mohammed Siraj outweighed Michael Bracewell’s heroic ton and partnership with Mitchell Santner as India overcame a late onslaught from these two all-rounders to clinch a 12-run win over New Zealand within the first match of the three-match collection at Hyderabad on Wednesday.

“To be trustworthy, the way in which he (Bracewell) was batting and the way in which it got here on to the bat properly, it was clear ball-striking. We knew that if we bowl properly, we might be okay until we actually slipped up with the ball. Sadly, that’s what occurred. I did say on the toss that I want to see us problem ourselves, not fairly the scenario I anticipated however that’s how it’s,” stated Rohit throughout a post-match presentation.

The skipper additionally lauded Shubman Gill, who scored an explosive double ton and pacer Mohammed Siraj for his or her performances within the match. “He (Gill) goes very well. The shape he was in, we needed to utilize it and that`s why we backed him within the SL collection. Free-flowing batter and it’s fairly thrilling to observe. Siraj has been sensible, not simply on this sport however within the red-ball, T20 format and now ODIs. Actually good to see what he does with the ball. Executing what he desires to do and he’s very clear about his plans. Which is the way it must be,” concluded Rohit.

(with ANI inputs)