Ishan Kishan is not happy after winning man of the series

India defeated West Indies by 200 runs in the third ODI played at the Brian Lara Stadium. India won the first match of the three-match ODI series, and the second match was won by West Indies. India won the third match and won the series by 2-1. Batting first in this match, India scored 351 runs losing 5 wickets in 50 overs. In reply, the West Indies team managed to score only 151 runs in 35.3 overs. For India, Shardul Thakur took four wickets, Mukesh three and Kuldeep Yadav two. Ishan Kishan scored 77 runs, Shubman Gill scored 85 runs, Sanju Samson scored 51 runs and Hardik Pandya scored 70 runs with the bat.

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Team India opener Ishan Kishan scored three half-centuries in all three matches of the ODI series against West Indies and became the highest run-scorer in the series. India’s wicketkeeper-batsman scored a total of 184 runs in 3 innings. He averaged 61.33 and his strike rate during this period was 111.52. 21 fours and 5 sixes came from his bat in three matches. No other batsman of the two teams could score two half-centuries in this series. Because of this, Ishan Kishan got the Player of the Series award. But despite being the best of the series, Ishaan Kishan still has one regret.

In the post-match presentation, Ishan Kishan said, “I am not that happy with the finish I gave. After the set, I had to score big. My seniors also told me one thing, I should have stayed at the crease and scored big runs. It should have been done. Next time I try the same, I will set in the middle and score big. Setting up this stage is important. It is important to forget the last game and start from scratch.”

On opening the batting with Shubman Gill, Ishan Kishan said, “He is a fantastic player, I have seen how he middles the ball. Seeing the ball coming out of the middle of his bat also boosted my confidence a lot. Winning at this level is always important, and learning from these games is important. Everyone looks very positive. I have played a few tournaments here and I know how the wickets play here, I am not thinking about the next T20 World Cup. We have many important tournaments ahead, and we are thinking about them.

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