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Ishan Kishan ruled out of 3rd T20I against Sri Lanka

On Saturday, Lahiru Kumara's thunderbolt-like delivery had hit Ishan Kishan on the helmet, making the left-hander edgy. He was ultimately gone for 16 runs when he was caught by Shanaka off Kumara's delivery.

By: Sports Desk |
Updated: February 27, 2022 5:14:38 pm
India's Ishan Kishan hits a six during the first Twenty20 international cricket match between India and Sri Lanka in Lucknow, India, Thursday, Feb. 24, 2022. (AP Photo/Manish Swarup)

India’s Ishan Kishan has been ruled out of participating in the 3rd and final T20I match against Sri Lanka on Sunday, a BCCI release said.

“Team India wicket-keeper Ishan Kishan was struck on the head while batting in the 2nd T2OI at Dharamsala on Saturday. Accompanied by a Team Doctor, he was taken to a local hospital last night for a check-up where a CT scan was conducted. The findings of the CT scan are normal,” the release said.

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“The BCCI Medical Team will continue to closely monitor his signs of concussion. Ishan is ruled out of the third and final T20I against Sri Lanka,” it added.

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On Saturday, Lahiru Kumara’s thunderbolt-like delivery had hit Ishan Kishan on the helmet, making the left-hander edgy. He was ultimately gone for 16 runs when he was caught by Shanaka off Kumara’s delivery.

In the first match, Kishan, who had a strike-rate of 110 heading into Thursday’s match, finally cracked the opening puzzle this season with 89 off 56 deliveries, his highest T20I score. The left-handed batter, who failed to capitalise on his starts in the preceding white-ball series against West Indies, finally lived up to his multi-million dollar IPL tag with a whirlwind innings studded with 10 hits to the fence and three sixes.

The 23-year-old from Jharkhand forged a 111-run innings for the opening wicket with his skipper Rohit Sharma (44 off 32) to put India on course for a formidable total after being invited to bat first.

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