IND vs WI: Why did Ishaan Kishan say thank you to Rishabh Pant after scoring his first half-century in the Test?

Ishan Kishan thanked Rishabh Pant: Team India has strengthened its position in the second Test match being played between India and West Indies at Port of Spain. To clean sweep West Indies, now Team India needs only 8 wickets on the last day, while West Indies need 289 runs to win. Earlier, India declared its second innings by scoring 181 runs at the loss of 2 wickets. Meanwhile young wicketkeeper batsman Ishaan Kishan While batting stormy, scored the first half-century of his career. He played an unbeaten inning of 52 runs in 34 balls with the help of four fours and two sixes. And after this half-century, Ishaan Kishan Rishabh Pant Said thank you.

Ishaan Kishan said thank you to Rishabh Pant

Ishaan Kishan talked about his half-century after the end of the fourth day’s play. During this, he thanked fellow wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant, who was out of Team India due to injury. He said that ‘I was in the National Cricket Academy before coming here and Rishabh Pant was also present there for his rehab. During this, Rishabh told some things to Ishaan. Ishaan said, ‘I was in NCA before here. Pant was also there. He knows how I play. We know each other from under-19. I also wanted someone to give me advice and luckily he was there to tell me something about my bat position.

Ishaan further said, ‘There are many senior players who keep talking to the bowlers continuously. Should be a good game tomorrow. We need to hit good areas and it is important to take early wickets. It was my dream to come to the Whites. I just wanted to go and hit every ball. Mostly thankful to my parents who always supported me.

Ishaan failed in debut match

Let us tell you that Ishaan Kishan got a chance to play in the Test series against the West Indies. He could not do anything special in the first test. In the debut Test innings, he opened the account in 20 balls. Even in the first innings of the second match, he was dismissed early. After this, he also had to listen to scolding from captain Rohit Sharma. But in the second Test, when he got a chance to bat at number 4 in place of Virat Kohli, he created a ruckus and hit the first fifty of his Test career. For this, Ishaan played only 33 balls. He completed his half-century with a six.