10 Amazing facts about Ishan Kishan

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10 Amazing facts about Ishan Kishan:

School World Cup:

Ishan had represented the Indian team in the ICC Under-19 World Cup but this was not the first World Cup tournament for him. When he was 7 years old, he led his school team in the Schools World Cup in Aligarh. His team could only reach the Super-Eight stage of the tournament and was eliminated.

His Ideol:

In an interview, Ishan revealed that Australian opening batsman David Warner is his cricket idol and he likes his stroke-making ability. But according to his coach Santosh Kumar, he considers India’s limited overs captain Dhoni and former Australian wicketkeeper Adam Gilchrist as his role models as he too is a wicketkeeper-batsman. His coach also says that he is a combination of Dhoni and Gilchrist.

Left School:

We have seen many cricketers who struggled in life and could not cope with many things. Ishan Kishan is an example of this. This Patna-born player could not maintain a balance between cricket and studies. Therefore, he eventually had to leave school due to lack of attendance. He studied in Delhi Public School, a prestigious institution. But due to his busy cricket schedule, he could not cope with both and thus he left his studies.

Led India to the final of the Under-19 World Cup in 2016:

India’s Under-19 teams have performed really well in the Under-19 World Cup since the beginning of the tournament. Ishan Kishan had led one such team in 2016. That year India could not win the title, but went to the final, but lost against the West Indies. With the bat, Kishan had a forgettable tournament as he scored just 73 runs in six innings. However, his captaincy was very good as India won all the matches in that World Cup except the final.

The Controversy:

Just before the start of the Under-19 World Cup 2016, Ishan was embroiled in controversy when his car hit an autorickshaw in Patna. Later reports came that after the incident in Kankarbagh on the evening of 12 January 2016, he was arrested on charges of rash driving and his father Pranav Pandey was accused of assault.

The Big IPL Deal:

Ishan Kishan was bought by Gujarat Lions (GL) before the 2016 season for a price of Rs 35 lakh. However, his IPL career did not start well. In two seasons, the Jharkhand wicketkeeper played 16 matches and scored 319 runs. However, in the 2018 auction, Mumbai Indians bought the left-handed wicketkeeper batsman for a whopping price of Rs 6.2 crore. In the 2018 IPL, he played every single game but was inconsistent. However, he showed glimpses of his talent and demonstrated what he can do.

Under 19 World-Cup:

Under the captaincy of Ishan, India’s Under-19 team was unbeatable before the final. They won five consecutive matches before losing in the final against the West Indies. Ishaan’s performance with the bat in the tournament was not good and he could score only one half-century and that half-century came against New Zealand in the second match.

3rd youngest player to hit an IPL fifty:

Ishan Kishan’s IPL career had a very bad start. He could score only 42 runs in five innings in his debut season in 2016. In 2017, he made consistent starts but could not convert them into goals. However, in the final game of the group stage, Kishan became the third youngest player (now fourth) to score a half-century in the IPL. Opening the batting, the left-handed batsman scored 61 runs in 40 balls and gave Gujarat Lions a very good start along with Dwayne Smith.

Moved from Bihar to Jharkhand:

Ishan learned to play cricket in Patna and also represented the state of Bihar, but at that time, the state board lost its affiliation with the BCCI and he had to shift to Jharkhand, which he considers a lucky move. As soon as the trials began in Jharkhand, Ishan was selected for the Under-19s and progressed from there.

Led India to the final of the Under-19 World Cup in 2016:

India’s Under-19 teams have performed really well in the Under-19 World Cup since the beginning of the tournament. Ishan Kishan had led one such team in 2016. That year India could not win the title, but went to the final, but lost against the West Indies. With the bat, Kishan had a forgettable tournament as he scored just 73 runs in six innings. However, his captaincy was very good as India won all the matches in that World Cup except the final.

Conclusion:

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