Young wicketkeeper-batsman Ishan Kishan has revealed that he told his teammates in the dressing room that he would send the first ball for the maximum, no matter where the bowler bowled. It is not easy to come at number three in your debut ODI and send the ball over the rope. Shikhar Dhawan (86) and Ishan Kishan (59) performed brilliantly with the bat as India beat Sri Lanka by seven wickets in the first ODI.

With this win, India have taken a 1-0 lead in the three-match series. The second ODI is to be held on Tuesday. “I thought a lot of things went my way. It was my birthday then I put 50 overs on that wicket. I knew the wicket didn’t have much for the spinners. I knew it was the best to hit There was an opportunity. A six off the first ball and I told you guys I would hit a six off the first ball. Practice is very important and it helped me a lot.”

He continued, “When we were practicing, I knew I was in good touch. I was handling the ball very well. That’s what I had to do in the match, I knew I needed to change my approach. is not.” added. In the first ODI against Sri Lanka, Kishan made his 50-over debut along with Suryakumar Yadav. “For any player, when he knows that he will get the debut cap, there cannot be a proud moment. I cherish this moment, there have been many well-wishers who always wanted me to play for the country. This is a special one. Tha feeling. I am very proud that I got the chance to make my ODI debut. I could have finished the match, but I am glad that I contributed a little for the team.


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