Ishan Kishan repeated the same mistake in the second match

IND VS WI: The second match of the three-match T20 series between India and West Indies is being played today. In which once again opener Ishan Kishan proved to be a complete flop. In the second match, Ishan Kishan was sent to open the innings. In which he could not succeed, like in the first match, this time also he lost his wicket cheaply. In the next match, it seems almost certain to fall on opener Ishan Kishan.

Ishaan Kishan was a flop in the second match as well

He was fielded as an opener in the first match of the T20 series. Ishan Kishan’s poor batting continues in the T20 series against West Indies. After batting very slow in the first T20, Ishan Kishan proved to be a flop in the second match as well. Ishan Kishan scored just 2 runs and for this he played 10 balls. In the first match also scored 35 runs in 42 balls with the help of 4 fours. During this his strikerate was 83.33. This has been the slowest innings played by any Indian batsman in T20 cricket.

Ishan Kishan is known as an explosive batsman, he has also played many explosive innings while opening the innings. Due to which the captain of the team, Rohit Sharma is expressing confidence again and again. But Ishan Kishan is unable to prove himself true to the decisions of captain Rohit Sharma. Due to which they can be shown the path of the load in the third match.

Rohit Sharma explained a lot in the first match

Rohit Sharma seen giving tips to ishan kishan

team captain Rohit Sharma (Rohit Sharma) Rohit Sharma had explained a lot to Ishan Kishan in the last T20. After the first match, Rohit had also given him batting tips, but instead of playing openly, this player looked trapped. When the first match was over, then captain Rohit Sharma reached the field to give tips to young cricketer Ishan Kishan.

During this, he was trying to rectify his mistakes. Talking about the same today, Ishan Kishan lost his wicket by playing a very bad shot. Ishan Kishan looked quite upset on the swinging balls of Sheldon Cottrell. In the end, trying to play a big shot, he lost his wicket.