An ex-New Zealand cricketer said of Ishan Kishan missing the Asia Cup, “He’ll be disappointed.”
Former New Zealand all-rounder Scott Styris believes Ishan Kishan will be disappointed to miss the Asia Cup.
One of the most exciting batsmen in cricket right now is left-handed Ishan Kishan. Additionally, on his finest days, he is capable of wreaking havoc on the opposition’s bowling squad. The batter, however, was not chosen for the Asia Cup team and has been in and out of the lineup. KL Rahul, who has been out due to injury, has been given the new position of vice-captain for Team India’s entire roster. Former New Zealand all-rounder Scott Styris believes Kishan will be disappointed to miss the Asia Cup.
“Of all the potential opponents we’ve talked about, I think KL Rahul was the most obvious choice. You can tell how vital he is to the Indian team because the management and selectors also gave him the vice-captaincy. Styris said on SPORTS18’s daily sports news program “SPORTS OVER THE TOP.”
So this suggests that he was a front-line player for this Indian team from the beginning. Ishan Kishan is unfortunate since the right-handed domination of the team up until Rishabh Pant made it impossible for them to put him in the squad. He’s a superb player, so I can only image his disappointment. But as you may already know, KL Rahul’s return is great for India. He truly wins matches on the biggest stage, too, I said.
So Ishan Kishan has just finished playing the fifth and final T20I against West Indies after sitting out the first four games.
In the fifth and final T20I, Kishan scored 11 runs.
The left-handed batsman has played in 19 T20 Internationals to far, scoring 543 runs with an average of 30.16 and a high score of 89.
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