Ishan Kishan

Personal details

Full NameIshan Pranav Kumar Pandey Kishan
Date of birth18 July 1998
Age25 
NationalityIndian 
Height5’6 inches (168cm)
Current teamMumbai Indians 
PositionMiddle order
Batting styleLeft hand Bat
Bowling style
Jersey number23 (Mumbai Indians), 32 (India) 
Started playing14 March 2021 (national), 2016 (IPL) 
Family membersFather – Pranav Kumar Pandey
Mother – Suchitra Singh
Brother – Raj Kishan

Ishan Kishan Recent Matches 

MATCHBatWktDateGroundFormat
MI vs LSG140c/0s17-May-2024WankhedeT20
MI vs KKR401c/0s11-May-2024Eden GardensT20
MI vs SRH91c/0s06-May-2024WankhedeT20
MI vs KKR130c/0s03-May-2024WankhedeT20
MI vs LSG320c/0s30-Apr-2024LucknowT20

Batting Stats 

FormatMatRunsHSAveSR100s50s
Tests27852*7885.7101
ODIs2793321042.4102.1917
T20Is327968925.67124.3706

Wicket Keeping stats 

FormatMatCtSt
Tests250
ODIs27132
T20Is32133

Teams 

  • India
  • Bihar
  • East Zone
  • Gujarat Lions
  • India A
  • India B
  • India Blue
  • India C
  • India Red
  • India Under-19s
  • Indian Board President’s XI
  • Jharkhand
  • Jharkhand Under-19s
  • Mumbai Indians
  • Rest of India

Ishan Kishan News 

About Ishan Kishan 

Ishan Kishan is an emerging Indian cricketer known for his dynamic batting and wicketkeeping skills. Born on July 18, 1998, in Patna, Bihar, Kishan rose through the ranks of Indian domestic cricket before making his mark on the international stage. He made his debut for Jharkhand in domestic cricket at a young age and quickly caught the eye of selectors with his aggressive batting style and ability to score runs consistently.

Kishan’s breakthrough came in the 2016 Under-19 World Cup, where he captained the Indian team and showcased his talent with both the bat and the gloves. Following his impressive performances in the tournament, he was signed by the Gujarat Lions franchise in the Indian Premier League (IPL) and made an immediate impact, scoring runs at a brisk pace and earning a reputation as a hard-hitting batsman.

In 2018, Kishan was picked up by the Mumbai Indians in the IPL auction and became an integral part of their squad. He played crucial roles for the team, often providing quick starts at the top of the order and displaying his versatility by batting in different positions as required. Kishan’s ability to clear the boundaries with ease and his aggressive approach made him a fan favourite in the IPL.

Kishan’s consistent performances in domestic cricket and the IPL caught the attention of the national selectors, and he was rewarded with a call-up to the Indian T20I team in 2017. He made his international debut against England in 2017 and has since been a regular member of the Indian squad in the shortest format of the game. While he has yet to establish himself as a permanent fixture in the Indian team across all formats, Kishan’s talent and potential make him a player to watch out for in the years to come.

Ishan Kishan Career Highlights 

  • Ishan Kishan received India’s cap on March 14, 2021, playing against England in a T20I match in Ahmedabad. 
  • He won the player of the match award on his maiden match. 
  • During a tour to Sri Lanka in July, he made his ODI debut, scoring 59 off 42 balls.
  • He was included in the India squad for the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup in September.
  •  He became the fourth Indian player to score a double century in an ODI. 
  • -Kishan was included in the Indian team for the 50-over World Cup in September of 2023.

Career 

Domestic career 

On November 6, 2016, Kishan achieved a remarkable feat by scoring 273 runs against Delhi in the 2016–17 Ranji Trophy, setting a new record for the highest individual score by a player for Jharkhand in the competition. He continued to shine in subsequent seasons, emerging as the leading run-scorer for Jharkhand in the 2017–18 Ranji Trophy, accumulating 484 runs in six matches. Additionally, in the 2018–19 Vijay Hazare Trophy, Kishan topped the batting charts for Jharkhand, amassing 405 runs in nine matches. His consistent performances earned him recognition at the national level, with appearances in tournaments such as the Deodhar Trophy and Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy, where he showcased his batting prowess with impressive centuries. Kishan’s talent was further acknowledged with selections in India Red’s squad for the 2019–20 Duleep Trophy and India A squad for the same competition in October 2019. In February 2021, he made headlines by scoring 173 runs against Madhya Pradesh on the opening day of the 2020–21 Vijay Hazare Trophy, contributing to a record team score of 422.

IPL Career 

Gujarat Lions purchased Kishan in the 2016 Indian Premier League auction. The Mumbai Indians purchased him in the 2018 auction. With 516 runs from 14 games in 2020, he was Mumbai’s top run scorer and took home the trophy for most sixes hit in the year. 

Prior to the 2022 Indian Premier League, Kishan was acquired by Mumbai once more for ₹15.25 crore, which translates to ₹16 crore or US$2.0 million in 2023. This made him the second most expensive player from India at the auction, behind Yuvraj Singh.

IPL batting stat

YEARMATRUNSHSAVG100504S6S
Career9123249929.42015220103
2023164547530.27035418
20221441881*32.15034511
2021102418426.77022110
2020145169957.33043630
201971012816.830084
2018142756222.91022217
2017112776127.7012913
2016542278.40050

International career 

Ishan Kishan’s international career has been marked by significant achievements and impactful performances. Making his debut for India in March 2021 during a T20I series against England, Kishan immediately left a mark by scoring a brisk 56 runs from just 32 balls, earning him the player of the match award. He continued to impress with consistent performances, earning selection for both ODI and T20I squads. Notably, during India’s tour of Bangladesh in December 2022, Kishan made history by becoming the youngest and fastest player to score a double century in ODI cricket, amassing a remarkable 210 runs from 131 balls. His ability to adapt to different formats and deliver under pressure has solidified his place in the Indian team, and he remains a key player for India in white-ball cricket.

Test Career 

In the Test format, Ishan Kishan has participated in two matches, featuring in three innings, and remained not out once. During these appearances, he has accumulated a total of 78 runs, with a highest score of 52 not out. With a commendable batting average of 78.00, Kishan has faced 91 deliveries, boasting a strikingly high strike rate of 85.71. Although he is yet to score a century, he has registered one half-century in Test cricket. Additionally, he has struck 8 boundaries and 2 sixes. In the field, Kishan has taken 5 catches. However, he has not effected any stumpings so far in his Test career.

ODI Career 

Between 2021 and 2023, Ishan Kishan has participated in a total of 27 matches, featuring in 24 innings and remaining not out twice. Throughout this period, he has amassed a total of 933 runs, achieving a highest score of an impressive 210 runs. With an average of 42.40, Kishan has faced 913 deliveries, maintaining a commendable strike rate of 102.19. Among his notable achievements are one century and seven half-centuries. Additionally, he has registered one instance of getting dismissed without scoring. In terms of boundaries, Kishan has struck 95 fours and 33 sixes during this timeframe.

T20 International Career 

From 2021 to 2023, Ishan Kishan has appeared in a total of 32 matches, featuring in every innings and remaining not out once. Throughout this period, he has accumulated 796 runs, with a highest score of 89 runs. Maintaining an average of 25.67, Kishan has faced 640 deliveries, boasting an impressive strike rate of 124.37. Despite not registering a century, he has recorded six half-centuries. Additionally, there has been one instance of him getting dismissed without scoring. In terms of boundaries, Kishan has struck 79 fours and 36 sixes during this timeframe.

Family 

In Patna, Ishan Kishan was born into a middle-class family. On July 18, 1998, he was born in the Bihar district of Nawada. He will turn 24 years old in 2022. His mother, Suchitra Singh, is a housewife, while his father, Pranav Kumar Pandey, is a builder by trade with his own construction company.

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