Mumbai Indians wicket-keeper batsman Ishan Kishan admitted that he was unable to give his team a good start in the first six overs of IPL 2022. Kishan started the tournament on 81 and unbeaten 54 in the first two matches . However, after that he couldn’t do anything special.

After the first two matches, Ishan Kishan scored 14, 23, 3, 13, 0 and 8. The Mumbai Indians team is now out of the playoff race. It looks like Ishaan is trying to get back into shape as he has scored 51, 45 and 26 runs in the last three games.

Meanwhile, Ishan Kishan said: “Initially I tried to give the team a good start and I did well in a couple of matches because my focus was on giving the team a good start. But then I would try to finish the match somewhere. It started lending attention, who did not know how to give the team a good start in the first six overs.

Captain Rohit Sharma and head coach Mahela Jayawardene encouraged Ishan Kishan to return to his style. Regarding this, he said: “I also had a conversation with the coach and the captain and they just said, if you can give us a good start, then it will be useful for the team. So you don’t need to think about finishing.” the party.” is.”

Significantly, many people have linked Kishan’s poor form to ‘price pressure’, which was sold for Rs 15.25 crore at the IPL mega auction in February this year. Kishan admitted that the weight of the price tag was on his mind initially, but added that he managed to put it out of his mind when he spoke with Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli and Hardik Pandya.

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