A wicket-keeper plays a substantial role in keeping the wickets. One needs to be alert for every single delivery. Every team require a good wicket-keeper to take the team forward. Be it affecting run-outs, taking catches and street-smart stumping moves, the wicket-keeper should lead by example.
When MS Dhoni represented the Indian cricket team, he was super sharp behind the stumps. He took sensational diving catches by putting in full-blooded efforts while also affected run-outs and stumping in the first place, that too very quickly. Even today, MS Dhoni is one of the best wicketkeepers in the present era.
He might have retired from the international circuit but still representing Chennai Super Kings in the Indian Premier League. MS Dhoni has set a great example in wicketkeeping. Youngsters are picking up lessons from the veteran cricketer and are implementing his tricks in a real-time world.
Bol ke run-out kiya, says Ishan Kishan
India and Sri Lanka are locking horns with each other in the second ODI at R Premadasa Stadium in Colombo. India’s young wicketkeeper Ishan Kishan brought the best out of himself behind the stumps, where he perfectly ran the Sri Lanka batsman out.
During the last over of Sri Lanka’s innings, the hosts were rushing to score runs in the last over. Bhuvneshwar Kumar, the most economical bowler in the Indian team tried his best to keep the batsmen in check. During the third ball, he bowled a short-pitched delivery where Sandakan tried to connect it. Upon failing to connect the ball in the first place, he quickly asked his partner for a single.
However, his partner was not confident of the call as he simply refused to take the single and also sent the striker back to the crease. Meanwhile, Ishan Kishan pulled off a sensational trick just like veteran cricketer MS Dhoni by collecting the ball and hitting the stumps to run Sandakan out.
Ishan -: bolke run out kiya hein bolke
le commentors -: yeh sab bolke hi karta hein 😂😂😂
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