Rohit Sharma gave a big statement about Ishan Kishan after the victory

Indo-West Indies In the first T20 match played between IND vs WI, the Indian team has won the fourth consecutive victory under the captaincy of Rohit Sharma. This is because before this Team India had also won the ODI series by 3-0. Talking about the first T20 match, West Indies had scored 157 runs while batting first. India needed 158 runs to win. In response, the attacking innings of Rohit Sharma had set the stage for Team India and the Indian team won the match by 6 wickets. What the hitman has said after this victory, let us tell you through this report…

India won the match by 6 wickets

Actually, after winning the toss, Captain Hitman decided to bat while deciding to field. In such a situation, the West Indies team, who came out to bat first, had set a target of 158 runs due to Kyle Meyers’ 31 and Nirolus Pooran’s superb half-century innings of 61 runs even after a poor start. This innings also included an innings of 24 runs from Pollard’s bat.

In response to the run target of 158, Team India scored 59 runs in the power play. The innings of Ishan Kishan and captain Hitman did not give the bowlers of the Windies team a chance to stand ahead of them. There was a partnership of 64 runs between the two. India lost a few wickets early in the middle order. But, Suryakumar Yadav’s shine did not fade. Together with Iyer, he scored 34 runs. Rohit Sharma expressed happiness after winning the first match. But, also looked at the shortcomings.

In praise of Ravi Bishnoi, Hitman reads ballads fiercely

Rohit sharma on Ravi Bishnoi

Talking about the match presentation after taking a 1-0 lead in the T20I series, Rohit Sharma said,

“Yes, the match was stuck in the middle. But, in the end we won. It’s a good thing. We bowled well and restricted them to low scores. There was definitely a slight mistake in the middle of the batting, as I said earlier also. Bishnoi is a good talent player so we included him directly in the team. We see something different in him.

He has a lot of variety and skill. He can bowl at any level and that gives us a lot of options to rotate the other bowlers. Very happy with his first match for India and he has a bright future and now it’s up to us how we use him.”

The captain gave the reason for not including Iyer in the playing 11

Rohit sharma on Shreyas Iyer

Further talking about Shreyas Iyer, the captain said,

“Someone like Iyer is sitting outside. It is very difficult that he could not make it to the playing XI. But, we needed someone to bowl to us in the middle. That’s why we couldn’t get him in the team. It’s always good with this kind of competition and there are still a lot of players missing from the team.”

While talking further in this regard, Rohit Sharma said,

“I am happy with these kinds of challenges rather than players not being available and out of form. We were very clear with Shreyas and we told him that we want this option to go into the World Cup. People understand what the team wants and all these people are professionals. So everyone knows the team is first.”

The captain clarified his point about Ishan Kishan

Rohit Sharma on Ishan Kishan

In the end, while talking about Ishaan Kishan, Rohit Sharma said,

“I have been talking to him (Ishaan) for a long time when he was playing with Mumbai Indians in the middle order which was not his natural position. We saw in Chennai that when the pitch was slow, it was not able to move forward. We just want to make sure that we give him the confidence he needs to do. It’s just about rotating the strike in the middle and playing for Ishan for India. He is under a lot of pressure. So it is our job to make sure that whenever he steps in, he is very comfortable.”