Young batsman Ishan Kishan says he has faced the best steps from around the world in IPL he had given him the confidence to play fearlessly against England on his debut in India.
The bubble of knocking on Kishan’s 56 strikes at the top set the platform for India’s comfortable and successful pursuit in the second Twenty20 on Sunday night.
The 22-year-old leftist admitted to the contribution that IPL limited in his growth as a batsman.
“It obviously helped (to face our Indian teammates in Mumbai Trent Bult and Jasprit bumrah) in networks. “They are very relaxed bowling and hitting them gives confidence,” Kishan said at a virtual post-match press conference.
“In IPL, you face quality bowling from all over the world and you get used to these bowling. And I think that really helped me.”
Kishan also said that the team’s management supported him to play his natural game without feeling the pressure.
“Before the match I was told to go and open the inning and play freely the way I play in the IPL. I was told not to put extra pressure. But this was my first match when I was a little nervous while going on the ground. “
“But when you put on the shirt on your side, that pressure just disappears and you try to give your best.”
The debutant was in awe They grow kohli during his 94th stand and hopes to pick the brains of the Indian captain during a series of five matches.
Chase captain Kohli (73 without 49 balls) took responsibility after Kishan’s dismissal to feed India a 13-ball reserve victory.
“It was a proud feeling for me because I had just seen him (Collie) on TV, his attitude on the ground, but to see him from the other side is completely different. I think it’s something I can change in myself. , his energy, his appearance on earth, there is much to learn from him.
“The way he speaks on the ground requires pressure from you. I just want to make sure I’ve learned a lot from him in this series,” Kishan said. “