When it rains, it pours they say. No one would agree more with it than Mumbai Indians’ Ishan Kishan. While the left-handed batter has been struggling for runs after the first game of the season for the franchise, he found yet another bizarre way to get during the match against Lucknow Super Giants at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai on Sunday.
In the first ball of the 8th over, Kishan got a bottom edge off a delivery wide outside the off-stump. While it did not hit the stumps, the ball bounced off wicketkeeper Quinton de Kock’s left shoe and went to Jason Holder at the first slip. The ball almost slipped out of Holder’s hands but he managed to get hold of it, much to the disappointment of Kishan and Mumbai Indians.
However, the dismissal brought an end to what was a struggling stay at the wicket for Kishan as he departed for a 20-ball 8.
Have a look at the dismissal here:
Unlucky Ishan Kishan pic.twitter.com/QsI9KowDlq
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