India’s domestic Tournament Duleep trophy final is in progress currently between India Red versus India green. India green has batted first and scores 231 runs in the first inning, while India red was on 175 runs with the loss of two wickets at the end of day 2. During the India Green inning, When Mayank Maraknde was batting, and then India Red’s wicket-keeper batsman Ishan Kishan was doing some sledging behind the wicket. Ishan Kishan and Mayank Markande were the teammates during the IPL 2019; both were played for Mumbai Indians. Now Ishan Kishan continues to play for Mumbai Indian while Mayank Markande will play for Delhi Capitals in IPL 2020.
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Ishan Kishan wants to improve as a finisher
“I think it is obviously there in the back of the mind (the talk) that I have to be there in the senior team. Any youngster would want to represent the country. But at the same time, I want to focus on my process. I need to get better day-by-day. If I think a lot about senior team selection, I will only be burdening myself with additional pressure. So what I do is to keep the process going. I need to work on my consistency. When I play domestic matches or for India ‘A’, I have to keep on performing well, and obviously then the selectors will pick you (to the national squad),” Ishan Kishan told TNN, reported TOI.
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“You go in and get out, that’s not very disappointing. But it hurts more when you get dismissed after getting set and is batting on 40 or 50. The dressing room is hoping that you will finish the game off and then you get out in a bad manner. That’s not what the team wants from you. So you need to be there till the last ball and finish the game. I will make sure that I finish the game more often from now on,” he added.
“I spent time with More sir during IPL, and he helped me a lot. I am trying to improve my keeping to the spinners and working on how to do quick stumpings like Mahi Bhai. If I take his place someday in the Indian team, people will be expecting the same thing from me. I will keep working with him (Dhoni) as and when I get an opportunity. I am also working extremely hard to make sure I get better every day,” Kishan added.