Finally, Ishan Kishan is having fun while batting for India in international cricket. In the opening two games, he had smashed two straight fifties. In a recent amusing interview, Ishan was limited to providing incorrect responses. He disclosed his age as eighty, and he plays Kho-Kho alongside Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli.
Regarding Suryakumar Yadav, he responded, “SKY is a bowler and a wicket-keeper.” Ishan continued by disclosing that Brazil would host the 2023 World Cup.
Following India’s victory during the second match, Kishan was elated. The young batter claimed in an interview with JioCinema that he invests a lot of his earnings on his nutrition. This helps him in order to be prepared for any challenge.
He has the opportunity to play for India in the 2024 T20 World Cup, which will be held in the United States and the West Indies. This season, he wants to establish himself as the team’s top choice wicket-keeper batter.
Ishan is one of just three players among the T20I team who was also a member of the ODI World Cup team, which lost badly to Australia during the final on November 19. The opener had participated in the tournament’s opening two games, forcing his way into the starting lineup due to dengue fever striking Shubman Gill. Ishan was left out when Gill came back, and he would never participate in the tournament.
A funny interview with Ishan Kishan.pic.twitter.com/TXYMHpP0LB
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“You will have to make it count when the time comes” : Ishan Kishan
Ishan spoke candidly about his time on the bench after the win in the second T20I. Though he doesn’t play much, the left-hander said it’s crucial for him to stay fresh.
The Mumbai Indians opener spoke to Jio Cinema as he said, “It is all hunger, when you are not a part of a great team. We played like champions at the World Cup. I was feeling bad, but you can’t help it. In international cricket, times will come when you will not play but at the same time, you will have to be fresh. You will have to make it count when the time comes. When the opportunity comes, you will have to go for it,”