On Tuesday, members of the Indian cricket team Yuzvendra Chahal, Shubman Gill, and Ishan Kishan met with the star of the film “RRR,” Jr. NTR.
The well-known actor had one of the key parts in the box office smash movie “RRR,” which was recently honoured with a Golden Globe award in the area of “Best Original Song.” ” In all honesty, it was a delight to finally put a face to the handle @tarak9999. What a dashing young dude.
I’d want to offer my congratulations on winning the Golden Globe. We each feel a sense of pride, “tweeted leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal.
Ishan Kishan will play in the middle order in the next one-day international series against New Zealand, which will begin here on Wednesday. This decision came as a surprise to many people because he was not included in the squad despite having scored a world record double hundred.
The fact that KL Rahul needed to take time out for personal reasons made room for Kishan in the lineup.
Kishan was forced to take a seat out of the Sri Lanka series despite the fact that he scored the quickest double hundred in the annals of ODI cricket against Bangladesh in the match that came before the Sri Lanka match.
Shubman Gill, who was rewarded for his consistency by being picked ahead of Kishan to start alongside Rohit Sharma, made the most of the opportunities he was given in the Sri Lanka series by scoring 70, 21, and 116 runs respectively.
In the match against the Black Caps, we do not anticipate making any adjustments to the opening combination.
Because Kishan had previously played in 10 one-day internationals (ODIs), he had three times batted in the middle order; hence, making changes should not be a problem.
KS Bharat, who is the second wicketkeeper in the squad and who is more of a cover in Rahul’s absence, is most likely going to be warming the bench during the match.
Even though the performance of their opponents was, to say the least, lacklustre, India will still strive to build on the improvements they made from the Sri Lanka series. This is because every game in the year leading up to the World Cup is vital.
The performance of India’s top three batsmen and Mohammed Siraj’s ability to pick up wickets with the new ball were the two most important things for India to learn from the series against Sri Lanka.
Rohit, just like Gill and Virat Kohli, appeared to be in excellent touch with scores of 83 and 42, but he would still like to get a huge hundred, which has also eluded him for some time now.
Kohli, on the other hand, is back to scoring hundreds at will and appears to be hungrier for runs than he has been in the past, which is something that the New Zealand team should take notice of.