Fans were left a bit surprised when Ishan Kishan walked out to bat at number four on Day 4 of India vs West Indies 2nd Test at the Queen's Park Oval. Virat Kohli had scored a century in the first innings and fans had expected him to come out and bat on Day 4 after Yashasvi Jaiswal was dismissed. But it was not the case. Kishan, though, scored his maiden half-century, after which India declared their second-inning effort at 181/2. Speaking after the day's play, the wicketkeeper-batter explained the reason behind this move. " Everyone backed me. Virat backed me and told me 'Go and play your game'... It was Virat bhai who took the initiative and told me that I should go in. There was a slow left-armer who was bowling. It was a good call for the team. Sometimes you need to take these calls," he said.  ‘He Knows How I Play’ Ishan Kishan Thanks Rishabh Pant after Scoring His Maiden Test Fifty During IND vs WI 2nd Test 2023.

Why Did Ishan Kishan Bat at Number Four Instead of Virat Kohli?

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