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Excused By BCCI For ‘Mental Fatigue’, Ishan Kishan Seen Partying In Dubai

Team India wicketkeepr-batter Ishan Kishan was seen partying in Dubai after being excused by BCCI for 'mental fatigue'

Edited By : Shashwat Nishant | Updated: Jan 10, 2024 14:41 IST
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The unexpected exclusion of wicket-keeper batsman Ishan Kishan from the Indian team for the T20I series puzzled many experts. Kishan had opted out of the South Africa Test series citing ‘personal reasons’, but reports suggested his availability for the T20I squad against Afghanistan.

Despite this, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) chose to omit him, selecting Sanju Samson and Jitesh Sharma as wicket-keeping options. As both fans and critics raise questions about Ishan’s absence, a report has detailed the complex situation the Mumbai Indians batsman finds himself in.

Apparently, the news of Ishan Kishan travelling to Dubai didn’t go well with the BCCI selectors who decided to keep him out of Team India’s final T20 assignment ahead of the T20 World Cup 2024.

Ishan Kishan seen partying in Dubai

Reports indicate that Ishan Kishan had expressed a desire to take a break from the T20I series against Australia following the ODI World Cup, but his request was turned down. Subsequently, he sought to skip the white-ball series versus South Africa, yet this plea was also declined.

Following these unsuccessful attempts, Kishan then approached the BCCI once more to excuse himself during the Test series against South Africa. Eventually, the BCCI agreed to grant his request this time around.

Ishan Kishan’s recent action could have major consequences for the Indian star including his place in the Indian team for the T20 World Cup 2024.

Also Read:IND Vs AFG: Another Star Performer Ruled Out Of T20I Series

First published on: Jan 10, 2024 02:41 PM IST

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