Know the reason why Ishan Kishan was not selected for the T20 series against Afghanistan


Ishan Kishan recently cited mental fatigue as the reason for staying away from cricket.

Ishan Kishan (Photo Source: X/Twitter)

Recently, when the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) had selected the Indian team for the T20 series against Afghanistan, there was a lot of discussion about this player in the cricket world due to the non-selection of one player.

Let us tell you that this player is none other than our pocket size dynamite Ishan Kishan. So when Kishan was asked why he is not playing cricket at the moment, he cited mental health as the main reason behind it.

However, now a senior BCCI official has given a very shocking statement regarding this. This official says that not the mental condition but the player’s discord with the team management was the major reason behind his selection.

So for this reason he has not been selected in the T20 series.

Let us tell you that according to a news of NDTV, this BCCI official said – Ishaan (Kishan) was not happy that he was being made to travel with the team without feeding him. Currently he is on a break and celebrating holidays.

But now there is every possibility of the selectors that Kishan is thinking ahead. However, it will be interesting to see whether he will be selected for the five-match Test series against England or not. KS Bharat can make a comeback in this series.

Rohit-Kohli ready to play T20 cricket after a long time

So, after about 14 months, Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli will be seen playing for the Indian team in the T20 International match against Afghanistan. It is noteworthy that both the players last played a T20 match against England in the semi-final match of T20 World Cup 2022.

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