Mumbai Indians’ opener batsman Ishan Kishan played a stormy innings against Delhi Capitals and remained unbeaten on 81 runs. On the basis of Ishan Kishan’s innings, the Mumbai team scored 177 runs for 5 wickets in 20 overs in front of Delhi. However, after the end of the first innings, the trouble of Mumbai Indians increased as Ishan Kishan got injured.
In fact, while batting in the first innings, Ishan Kishan was hit by a yorker ball from Shardul Thakur on his pad and he started walking with a limp. In view of Ishan Kishan’s injury, Mumbai Indians did not field him for wicketkeeping and Aryan Juyal came on the field to keep his place. However, after the end of 9 overs, once again Ishan Kishan came on the field to keep.
In contrast to Delhi, Ishani Kishan scored a poor 81 with two skies and 11 fours and a favorable score of 168.75. Still got out. It will be in a post-eating position at the right time, after Rohit is dismissed.
Ishan Kishan scored his third consecutive fifty for Mumbai. Earlier, in the last two matches of IPL 2021, Kishan had scored 84 and 50 runs and now he scored an unbeaten 81 for Mumbai in the first match of this season. Not only this, he also became the second Indian batsman after Sachin Tendulkar to score half-centuries in three consecutive matches for Mumbai. Let us tell you that Ishaan Kishan was released by Mumbai for this season, but was bought again by placing the highest bid in the auction.