This style of Ishaan Kishan won everyone’s heart! Sacrificed his wicket for Virat Kohli, video

IND vs NZ: The third ODI match between India and New Zealand was played at the Holkar Cricket Stadium in Indore. In this match, the Indian team, while batting first, put 385 runs on the board at the loss of 9 wickets in 50 overs. During the first innings, Indian young batsman Ishan Kishan won everyone’s heart with one of his style. He sacrificed his wicket for veteran batsman Virat Kohli. The video of this special moment is going viral on social media. 

This is how Ishan Kishan got out

This incident happened during the 35th over of the first innings. In this video you can see that Jacob Duffy bowled the third ball of his over. Ishaan pushed this ball in the direction of cover. After this he called to take a single. On hearing Ishaan’s call, Virat Kohli, who was present at the non-striker’s end, ran away. But suddenly the fielder present there took the ball in his hand and on seeing the ball, Ishaan Kishan changed his mind and tried to go back. 

Till Virat Kohli reached the crease at the other end. After this, Ishaan Kishan did not complete his crease and due to this he was declared out. Now it may also happen that Ishaan did not complete his crease because of Virat Kohli. In the form of Ishaan, the Indian team had lost its third wicket. Ishaan Kishan returned to the pavilion after scoring 17 runs in 24 balls. His short innings included a four and a six.

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Indian batting showed aggression

In this match, the Indian team came out to bat first and scored 385 runs in 50 overs at the loss of 9 wickets. In this, captain Rohit Sharma and opener Shubman Gill played century innings. In this, Rohit scored 101 runs in 85 balls with the help of 9 fours and 6 sixes. And Shubman Gill scored 112 runs in 78 balls with the help of 13 fours and 5 sixes. 

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