Will the team management give full support to Ishaan Kishan and Rishabh Pant? Ashish Nehra raised questions


India beat New Zealand by 65 runs.
The last match of the series between the two teams will be played on 22 November.

New Delhi. The second match of the T20 series between India and New Zealand was played today (20 November). Many major changes were seen in this match as compared to the T20 World Cup. Team India has defeated the host team by 65 runs in this match. Rishabh Pant and Ishaan Kishan started the innings against the Kiwi team under the captaincy of Hardik Pandya. Both the batsmen could not succeed in converting their innings into big scores.

Meanwhile, Ashish Nehra, former experienced bowler of Team India, has shared his views. He has raised a sharp question against the team management. Team India’s aggressive batsman Rishabh Pant also looked flop again as an opener. In fact, during the World Cup, many veterans believed that Pant could play a big role for Team India as an opener. But he could not do anything special in this match. At the same time, Ishaan Kishan tried to give a good start to the team. He scored 36 runs in 31 balls with the help of 5 fours and a six.

How much support will the management give to this opening pair – Ashish Nehra

Ashish Nehra said, ‘Rishabh Pant did not appear in the form even today. He hit a boundary in the beginning but later he was defeated by the timing. In such special circumstances, you cannot think of hitting big shots. Apart from this, you have to pay attention to your timing. Kishan was also beaten several times during the match but stood in the ground and played well. But we have seen him batting better than this.

After the defeat in the T20 World Cup, the Indian selectors got angry, then the former Pakistan captain sprinkled salt on the burn.

Surya’s best century

Team India’s Mr. 360 scored a stormy century against New Zealand. This is Suryakumar Yadav’s second century in 2022. With this he has completed his 1100 runs. Sky played a match-winning inning of 111 runs in just 51 balls with 11 fours and 7 sixes. Chasing the target of 192 runs, the New Zealand team was reduced to 126 runs. Both the teams will now face each other on November 22 in a do or die match.

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