‘Saala Motu Khud Bitha Ke Sympathy Leta Hai’- Ishan Kishan To Rohit Sharma.
Ishan Kishan was mocked by Indian captain Rohit Sharma by asking why he wasn’t allowed to participate in the next three games after scoring a double-century against Bangladesh last month.
Ishan answered Rohit’s question with a startling answer that made them both chuckle, as well as Shubman Gill.
Shubman Gill, the most recent batsman to do so, became the double centurion in ODIs on Wednesday (January 18). The 23-year-old accomplished the feat against New Zealand in the first ODI of the three-match series in Hyderabad. Gill is the seventh batter overall and the fifth Indian to score a double century in 50 cricket overs.
He faced 149 balls in total, and he scored 208 runs off of them. While he was in the crease, he smashed nine sixes and 19 fours. The previous record-holder for the youngest hitter to score a double century in an ODI was Ishan Kishan, who accomplished it last month at the age of 24. He broke that one.
Thanks to Gill’s heroics, India overcame the Kiwis by 12 runs in the opening game of the series. Following the conclusion of the first ODI between India and New Zealand, Ishan Kishan, who scored 210 against Bangladesh on December 10, 2022, and Indian captain Rohit Sharma, who has three double centuries to his name in ODIs, welcomed Gill into the elite club of batters with 200 in ODI games.
‘Saala Motu Khud Bitha Ke Sympathy Leta Hai’- Ishan Kishan To Rohit Sharma
During the conversation, Rohit, who also holds the record for the highest individual score in ODIs (264) and is the only batter to record multiple double centuries, made an attempt to make fun of Ishan by posing the query as to why he wasn’t given the opportunity to play the next three matches after scoring a double century the previous month.
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“Ishan, 200 bana k teen match nahi khela yaar?” Rohit Sharma enquired, to which Ishan Kishan replied, “Bhaiya captain to AAP hai,” to which all three batsmen laughed out loud.
Ishan made history last month by scoring his maiden ODI double-century while batting first, but he was forced to bat second after Rohit Sharma was reinstated to the starting lineup. After missing three matches against Sri Lanka last week, he was given the chance to bat at No. 4 against New Zealand in KL Rahul’s absence.