IND v. ENG Not surprised to see Ishan Kishan fall apart, he is a star player: Jason Roy

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Ishan Kishan

After seeing the exploits of Ishan Kishan in IPL, Opener for England Jason Roy he was not at all surprised to see the young left-hander take his team’s game in the second T20 International.

Debuting in India, Kishan smashed 32 balls with 56 balls to help India equalize a five-game streak on Sunday.

“He’s obviously a star player, he’s done this for the Mumbai Indians a long time, so I wasn’t surprised to see him walk around a bit because everyone knows he’s a star player so good for him,” he said. interaction with the British media.

“Several times he may have made a little mistake with the ball, but he wrote the capital by hitting it for six. It’s just a matter of just making sure you’ve done your skills extremely well.”

India entered the series with the intention of playing more fearless cricket, which was shown in the second T20. England, on the other hand, is already used to this brand of cricket.

“It works for us in 50 cricket overs, it works for us in 10 games to 20 games we’ve played. Our policy is to play aggressive cricket, but the problem is that when you play on courts like this, you have to be a little more “You need to evaluate it a little faster,” Roy said.

“If you want to play this way, you have to accept that some days it won’t go that way. You’ll be three or four down in powerplay. But with the depth of our wadding lineup, it’s an opportunity that gives the most good batsmen, “Roy said.

On the turn, England struggled with the ball in their attempts to defend 164 on a field that offered less for their fast bowlers and probably will for the third T20.

“They are difficult, but just as difficult that our spinners face. We have already learned almost enough that we should benefit from what we have learned in this series, but just last night we made a few mistakes,” he said.

Roy agreed to scores of 49 and 46, but it didn’t turn into a big hit and that’s something he wants to do in the rest of the game.

“It was a kind of playground where you have to choose your bowler. Unfortunately, the bowler I chose got me out. I was looking to direct Washington …

“If it had gone for a few tracks, it would have shaken the momentum of our inning a lot.

“What I learned was just to make sure I stayed a little longer in my photos. I missed a few of my backslides. I was out of position and then corrected that during my inning,” he said.

Roy called India a great team, but said they were confident he would bounce back on Tuesday.

“The boys are back, we are a fast learning country. I don’t think there is much wind from our sails, to be honest,” he concluded.



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