Ishan Kishan and Shreyas Iyer: Indian team’s explosive batsman Ishan Kishan played a blistering innings of 93 runs off 84 balls against South Africa in the ODI match held in Ranchi on Sunday night. Shreyas Iyer also scored 113 runs in 111 balls in this match. Both of them shared an important partnership of 161 runs for the third wicket. Thanks to this partnership, India leveled the series 1-1 by winning the ‘Do or Die’ match. After the match, both the players of this winning pair were seen interviewing each other.
BCCI has shared a video of these two players, in which both the players are seen talking about their respective innings and this important partnership. During this, Shreyas Iyer is also seen telling Ishan Kishan that you were batting in terrible mode.
Shreyas Iyer is saying, ‘I wanted to talk to you during the partnership but you were in a terrible mode. You were batting in a good rhythm and I didn’t want to interfere with you. Iyer further said, ‘Whatever it is, we won the match and we ended with a win. Hope you score a century in the next match. I was disappointed when you missed a century.
Of glorious knocks, a game-changing partnership & clinical chase!
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During this, Ishan Kishan also asked questions from Shreyas Iyer on the way he celebrated his century. On this Shreyas said, ‘I had not thought anything, but after scoring a century it happened on its own. I wanted to express my gratitude to the audience. They had reached here in large numbers and the atmosphere was overwhelming.
Ishaan and Shreyas won
Team India won the ODI match against South Africa by 7 wickets in Ranchi. The Proteas team scored 278 runs for the loss of 7 wickets in the stipulated 50 overs, thanks to half-centuries from Reeza Hendricks (74) and Aidan Markram (79). In response, Team India, after losing their first two wickets early, achieved the target easily due to the excellent innings of Ishan Kishan (93) and Shreyas Iyer (113). With this, Team India has leveled the three-match ODI series by 1-1. Now the last match of the series will be decisive.