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Watch: Kohli, Ishan’s Cold Exchange After Horrible Swap Leads To Running Out | Cricket

Captain Rohit Sharma and Shubman Gill got Team India off to a perfect start with their opening score of 212 runs in 26 overs. The hosts stared for a whopping 400-run aggregate against New Zealand in the third and final ODI match of the series at Indore. But in the space of 10 overs, momentum slipped from India’s hands as they lost four quick wickets. One such dismissal was a result of a terrible mix-up between Virat Kohli and Ishan Kishan that led to the latter’s dismissal and was followed by a cold exchange between the two batters. (India vs New Zealand Live Score 3rd ODI)

The incident happened in the 35th over of India’s innings. Ishan tapped Jacob Duffy’s long ball to cover and called for a quick single. Kohli took off hesitantly, but then accelerated after seeing Ishan run for the single. But while Ishan stopped midway, Kohli kept sprinting. Ishan looked at the fielder, who had caught the ball and tossed it to the other side. Ishan turned to run to the end of the rush hour, but Kohli was already way ahead of him.

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Replays had made it clear that Kohli had reached the crease before Ishan suggested the latter was fired. But even before the replays were shown, Ishan had already made his walk to the dugout and the camera showed a cold exchange between the two batters. Kohli was visibly disappointed with his head down and his hand on his hip.

Speaking of the match, Rohit ended his years-long drought in the century with his 30th ton of ODIs. It was his first in the format for over 1100 days and first in international cricket for 509 days. Gill also continued his sublime form and scored another hundred.

After beating New Zealand in the first two ODIs, India is now aiming for a whitewash in Inore.

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