New Delhi: Team India beat England by 7 wickets in the second T20. With this victory, India have now equaled 1–1 in the 5-match series. In this match, the young batsman of the team, Ishan Kishan, played a 56-run match-winning innings. The special thing was that Ishaan played this innings in his debut match. But Ishaan’s innings has become a matter of concern for the big players of the team. Apart from Ishan (Ishan Kishan), India now has big names like Rohit Sharma, Shikhar Dhawan and KL Rahul as openers. In such a situation, Ishaan’s good form has also become a challenge for team management.
Ishaan’s bat played in the first match itself
Ishan Kishan, who made his debut for India in the second T20, played a quick knock against England. He hit 56 runs in just 32 balls with the help of 5 fours and 4 sixes. For this explosive innings, he was also chosen as ‘Man of the Match’ in his very first match. Since this innings of Ishan Kishan, he is being considered as the next big star of India.
Will Rahul get a chance again?
Ishan Kishan’s good innings has almost confirmed his place in the team. In such a situation, the biggest question will be who will start the innings with them now. Rohit Sharma (Rohit Sharma) may return to the team after being given rest in the first two matches. Rohit is currently the best opening batsman in the world. But if we talk about KL Rahul, then he has also been the most trusted batsman of India in T20 cricket for some time. Rahul is also at number two in the T20 rankings. In such a situation, it will be special to see whether Rahul is given a chance in the team in the upcoming matches.
Dhawan’s troubles increased
With the excellent innings of Ishan Kishan, senior opener Shikhar Dhawan’s card can also be cut from the team. Dhawan was given a chance in the first match against England, but he was dismissed after scoring only 4 runs. Gabbar was left out in the second match and Ishaan created a ruckus in the field. In the upcoming matches, it will be very difficult for Dhawan to be given a chance in the team again.