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MS Dhoni, Rohit Sharma taught me a lot during IPL 2018: Mumbai Indians’ Ishan Kishan

Hindustan Times – Mumbai Indians wicket-keeper Ishan Kishan on Monday stated that although he was hurt after being snubbed by selectors for India A’s tour of England, he wasn’t too bothered as he is confident he will represent the country in future.

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  • Mumbai Indians wicket-keeper Ishan Kishan on Monday stated that although he was hurt after being snubbed by selectors for India A’s tour of England, he wasn’t too bothered as he is confident he will represent the country in future.
  • I had quite a few runs in Vijay Hazare Trophy and IPL.
  • But I can obviously focus on my performances and try and improve on my game,” said Kishan, who was the captain of the India under-19 team that qualified for the 2016 World Cup final.
  • READ | Shane Watson proved in IPL final that age doesn’t kill cricket passionKishan was terrific in the Vijay Hazare Trophy earlier this year, slamming 313 runs in five innings for Jharkhand at an average of 78.25.
  • He had a modest outing with Mumbai Indians as well scoring 275 runs, but saw his batting position get tinkered towards the latter half of the season.


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