India Red and India Green are currently competing against each other in the Duleep Trophy final. Till now it has been worth of the final and we have witnessed something hilarious through the stump mic. Stump Mic recorded Ishan Kishan’s comments on Mayank Markande batting. Mayank Markande who is Ishan Kishan’s IPL teammate was facing the heat from him. Although it was a funny banter between both of them but it made some of the headlines. Mayank Markande has been batting well and he has scored a half-century which kept his team in some serious contention in the game.
The Duleep Trophy final is being played in Bengaluru in M. Chinnaswamy Stadium between India Red and India Green. Rain played spoilsport on the first day of the match where only 49 overs were completed. India Green was batting first where they were able to accumulate just 147 runs at the loss of eight wickets on the first day at stumps.
Mayank Markande was the pick of the batsmen where he was not-out at 32 runs at the end of the day and now he has scored a half-century to keep his team alive in the competition. In all this, a funny incident happened where Ishan Kishan was found sledging his Indian Premier League Franchise’s teammate Markande.
When Ishan Kishan was giving his valuable inputs to his captain on fielding positions, at that time he started sledging Mayank Markande. Have a look at the video clip issued by BCCI on Twitter :
Stump mic gem: Markande escapes Ishan Kishan’s trap
What happens when two friends are in opposite teams? Ishan Kishan throws the bait but Mayank Markande keeps his calm. A must watch.
— BCCI Domestic (@BCCIdomestic) September 5, 2019
“Iske hath mei Jaan Nahi hai. Utna Nahi pahochega isse (He doesn’t have the strength to hit that far),” Kishan’s jibe was recorded on the stump mic.
India Green has posted a competitive total of 231 runs at the end of their first innings with the help of Mayank Markande’s gritty half-century. And for India Red, the pick of bowlers is Jaydev Undakat who picked four wickets after giving away 83 runs.