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“Ishan Kishan’s Comeback Chronicles: Navigating Challenges in Competitive Cricket 🏏”

Watch: Ishan Kishan showcases flop performance on competitive cricket return

Ishan Kishan, the Indian cricket team’s wicketkeeper-batter, made his comeback in competitive cricket at the DY Patil T20 Cup after a notable absence. His break during India’s Tour of South Africa garnered attention, leading to his exclusion from subsequent series. Despite coach Rahul Dravid’s emphasis on playing cricket for a national team return, Kishan opted to train with his IPL captain, Hardik Pandya. In his return match, Kishan contributed with a stumping and a brief innings of 19 runs. However, he fell victim to Maxwell Swaminathan’s bowling. The match saw Route Mobile Limited post a formidable total of 192, with notable performances from Aayush Vartan and Sumit Dhekale. The RBI team’s response faltered, managing only 103 runs, with Badrey Alam starring with the ball for Route. BCCI Secretary Jay Shah emphasized the mandatory participation of centrally contracted players in domestic red-ball cricket, addressing controversies surrounding Kishan’s absence from Ranji Trophy. Shah clarified that this directive applies uniformly to all contracted players and aims to ensure their availability as per selectors’ and team management’s requirements.

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