Former Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni (MS Dhoni) has been dubbed “the mastermind of cricket.” They go after batsmen solely on the basis of their captaincy. Batsmen have only been able to get out of their trap on a few occasions. It has also happened to Ishaan Kishan (Ishan Kishan), a young wicket-keeper batsman. Ishaan made his IPL debut for Gujarat Lions in the same year, after captaining the Indian team at the 2016 Under-19 World Cup. Mumbai Indians (Mumbai Indians) have also been in the league since 2018.
In a recent episode of Breakfast with Champion, Ishan Kishan related an anecdote about Mahendra Singh Dhoni. In which he stated that he has not been able to figure out how Dhoni managed to trap him in the trap until now. “One IPL match really stressed me out,” Kishan said. I was hitting the bowlers and playing well. But then Dhoni bhai approached the bowler and spoke to him. He said something to Imran (Tahir) bhai, which I couldn’t hear.
Tahir was the wicket-taker.
Ishan Kishan stated that he still does not understand how he got out on the very next ball. ‘In my mind, I’m wondering what Dhoni bhai has told him,’ he said. I’m not sure what happened, but there was a half-volley ball that I attempted to drive but was intercepted at short-third man. I’m still unsure how the batsman attempting to drive the spinner was caught at third man.
Dhoni also aided in the wicket-keeping department.
Mahendra Singh Dhoni is one of cricket’s greatest wicketkeepers. Dhoni, according to Ishan Kishan, taught him how to take the edge of the bat.
‘From what we’ve seen of wicket-keeping, our hands are usually straight, but when the edge is hit, it goes to the right,’ Ishan explained. He did, however, teach me how much arm movement is appropriate. The wrist is the only part of the body that should not be moved. You’ll be able to detect rough edges once this becomes a habit.