The mistake caused trouble for Ishan Kishan as he queued and ‘Jana Gana Mana’ was played at the Harare Sports Club.
Screengrab of a Twitter video by @rishabh2209420 showing a bug landing on Ishan Kishan’s face while the Indian national anthem is being sung before the first ODI
Indian wicketkeeper-batsman Ishan Kishan has been in the headlines recently for his mysterious reaction to not making the squad for the 2022 Asia Cup. He was not included in the 15-man squad despite scoring the second-highest runs in T20Is in 2022 and then expressed his resentment on social networks.
All eyes are on him as Indian fans are quite excited to watch how the Southpaw performs in the ongoing One-Day International series against Zimbabwe. However, a brilliant performance by the opening pair of Shikhar Dhawan and Shubman Gill took away his chance in the first ODI as India sealed the game without losing a single wicket.
Without making any significant contribution to the game, Kishan grabbed the headlines for his hilarious reaction during the national anthem. The mistake caused him trouble while standing in line and Jan Gana Mana was played at the Harare Sports Club. The young man was observed cowering after realizing he was being attacked by a bug. Meanwhile, Kishan’s answer has become incredibly popular on the internet.
A Twitter user shared a video of the incident in which Kishan is seen standing next to Kuldeep Yadav as he sings the national anthem. The bug then attacked him while Kuldeep continued to perform the song, paying no attention to anything going on around him. The clip has received more than 1,000 likes on Twitter since it was shared and users found it funny yet respectful as Kishan remained poised in his position even after being interrupted.
One commenter said: “He’s a human being too after all,” while another individual commented: “Still unmoved!” The user sarcastically commented, “Video will be deleted by Sony Entertainment for 3…2..1…”
Kishan was left out of India’s Asia Cup squad despite scoring 430 runs in 14 matches at a strike rate of 130.30, but he is still determined to make it big in the upcoming matches. The second ODI between India and Zimbabwe is scheduled to take place at Harare Sports Club on Saturday at 12:45 PM IST.
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