Ishan Kishan Explains How Mumbai Indians Captain Rohit Sharma Scolded Him

Ishan Kishan Explains How Mumbai Indians Captain Rohit Sharma Scolded Him. Kishan, a left-handed batter, reveal a humorous incident in which he scolded by Mumbai Indians skipper Rohit Sharma during an Indian Premier League (IPL) game.

Ishan Kishan is one of the most talented young players in Indian cricket. Which is why the left-handed batter purchased by Mumbai Indians for a whopping Rs 15.25 crore in the mega auction preceding the IPL 2022 season. Kishan and Rohit are opening the batting for the franchise in the current edition of the cash-rich league, and the five-time champions have high expectations from the left-handed batter.

Kishan recently reveal a humorous incident in which he was reprimand by Mumbai Indians captain Rohit during an IPL game early in his MI career. The left-handed batter explained how he was attempting to make the ball old, but he ended up making matters worse.

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Ishan Kishan Scolded by Captain Rohit Sharma

“You know what I did at Wankhede one time. I was new, it was my first season, and I had no idea what I was doing. Now, you usually throw the ball on the ground to make it old. As a result, there was a lot of dew in the game that day. And I reason that if I rolled the ball on the field, Rohit Bhai would be please because I was making the ball old “In an episode of ‘Breakfast With Champions,’ Kishan stated.

“So I rolled the ball to him in the dew. He pulled out his towel and started cursing at me. Then I looked down and saw what I’d done. ‘Don’t take it personally, it’s just match-to-match,’ he said “He continued.

Kishan went on to say about Rohit: “Yes, Rohit Sharma is at ease. But his mind is always on the ground. When he says a batter will hit in this area, it usually happens.”

Kishan also credited Rohit Sharma for Rahul Chahar’s success. The leg-spinner is now with the Punjab Kings after previously playing for the Mumbai Indians.

“I’ve seen it myself with Rahul Chahar; after he’s bowl 2-3 dot balls, I believe the batter will go for it. But (Rohit) is nagging him from behind to let go even more. Rohit bhai has been instrumental in Rahul’s success “Kishan stated.

“I’ve seen Rohit bhai emerge from the shadows and instill confidence in him. Rahul would ask if he needed to bring the fielder behind him. But Rohit would tell him, ‘I believe in you.’ You’ll be able to pull it off.’ And he’d do it, I’m sure “He continued.

Mumbai Indians have lost both of their games this season and have yet to open their account. On Wednesday, the five-time champions will face the Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR).

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