The “on-target” run-out moment was special for Ishan as he did it in front of his idol MS Dhoni. MSD had come to witness the first international T20 between India and New Zealand. It was a homecoming for India’s young ranger and batsman from Ranchi, Ishan Kishan played against New Zealand on 27 January.
Although Ishan failed to put on a special show with the bat and was eliminated early. The ranger and hitter created a special moment. To evoke the joy of the crowd.
Former captain and veteran Indian batsman MS Dhoni also witnessed Ishan Kishan‘s ‘wow’ moment. Ishan Kishan creates a wow moment; Watch New Zealand batsman Daryl Mitchell fails to hit the ball properly during the over 18s.
On the fifth ball of the 18th over, Arshdeep threw a ball that hit Mitchell’s pads and slowly rolled toward Kishan. Ishan showed the presence of mind and struck straight at the stumps. His shot was right on targetand Michael Bracewell ran away. The moment reminded some of India’s veteran batsman and captain MS Dhoni, who would use his brilliant wicket-keeping skills.
The moment was very much memorable for Ishan as he did it in front of his idol MS Dhoni. The latter had come to witness the first international T20 between India and New Zealand at CEJA Stadium in Ranchi. Ranchi is also the hometown of MS Dhoni.
New Zealand put on a dominant performance with a focus in the first T20 International against India and defeated them by 21 runs. After being invited to bat first, New Zealand put in a solid batting performance, averaging 176/6 from 20 overs. Devon Conway’s consistent innings of 52 and Daryl Mitchell’s hitting of 59 from 30 balls helped the Kiwis. To give Team India a good goal of 177. The way the pitch gripped and the ball came off the surface made it difficult for the Indian batsmen to follow the goal. In second. The Indian openers hit early and left the entire load in the mid-range.
Suryakumar Yadav attempted to carry the innings from one end but ended up getting 47 balls from 34 balls. Washington Sunder also hit a quick 50-of-28. But a no-hitter on the other side helped ease the pressure. In the end, the Indian team managed just 155 runs, losing 9 wickets. The next game of the series will be played in Lucknow on Sunday 29 January.