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Shreyas Iyer Explains His Celebration After The Century In Ranchi
By CricShots - Oct 10, 2022 1:19 pm
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India registered a dominating 7-wicket win over South Africa in the second ODI match to level the three-match series, riding on some astounding batting from the youngster duo of Shreyas Iyer and Ishan Kishan. While Kishan failed to reach the three-figure mark, Iyer would go on to score a match-winning hundred where he remained unbeaten till the very end.

Shreyas Iyer
Shreyas Iyer scored a scintillating century

Shreyas Iyer made his second ODI century (113 not out off 111) and shared a match-winning partnership of 161 runs with Kishan (93 off84) to ensure a comfortable win in the 46th over for a second-string Indian team. Furthermore, after the match both the youngsters teamed up for BCCI and had an informal chat where Iyer was heard saying how he felt about his knock. He reflected for a few moments on his celebrations.

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In the video, Shreyas Iyer was heard saying, “The celebration was nothing much and it just came instinctively. I didn’t decide that I would be celebrating in a certain way. But I want to appreciate the crowd, they came in numbers.”

Meanwhile, Ishan Kishan, who missed out on a century on his home ground, rued the fact and congratulated Iyer for the match-winning ton.

Ishan Kishan remarked, “What do you have to say about you scoring a hundred, meanwhile I missed my hundred at my home ground. At the end of the day, it takes two to the tango. I am really happy that we finished on a good note. And in the next game you will probably get on a century.”

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Shreyas Iyer explained, “Talking about the sixes, standing at the nonstriker’s end, it was just pleasing to the eye to see the way you(Kishan) just carried out yourself. I believe when I am positive and look for big shots, I just end up being getting lots of runs. So, I was just planning to get the pressure off and put the pressure on the other team.”

The 24-year-old Ishan Kishan looked like a transformed batter and showed different layers of his batting by switching to beast mode after a responsible start.

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