Indian goalkeeper Ishan Kishan started his ODI career from the start, smashing only 59 in 42 submissions as India chased 263 to win Sri Lanka’s first ODI in Colombo. After Prithvi Shaw delivered an explosive to India, Kishan made his intentions clear from the start. The 23-year-old, speaking to spinner Yuzvendra Chahal on “Chahal TV”, revealed to his teammates that before he went out on the field he told him he would throw his first ball at six, where he wanted to give the bowl. hura.
“I thought the odds were in my favorite. It’s my birthday and I also have 50 oils in the baskets and I knew there wasn’t much support in spinning. So I knew it was a good opportunity to play the first ball. For a six,” Kishan told Chahalri after Sunday’s game.
“And I told the guys that whoever throws the first ball, I’m going to hit the first ball for six balls,” he added.
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“I think practice is very important and since I had a good touch on the net, I knew I had to do the same thing in the match,” Kishan said when asked if he felt fear or pressure in an aggressive way. did.
“I just knew that if I put the ball on the radar, I would go after it,” he said.
“I think there is no more proud moment for any player than when he gets the cap,” Ishan Kishan said of picking up his ODI cap for the little girl.
“I was appreciating the moment, with great people there and good friends,” he said.
Kishan, who scored half a century in his T20 International (T20I) debut, helped India win 7 wickets, and India scored 36.4 points.
While Captain Shikhar Dhawan, the Chase of India, anchored 86 of the 95 deliveries, Kishan, Shaw and Suryakumar Yadav (who also made their ODI debut on Sunday) ensured that Sri Lanka could not put visitors under pressure. .
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