Ishan Kishan does a ‘Tom Latham’ on Tom Latham, makes Sunil Gavaskar angry

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India
all-rounder
Hardik
Pandya’s
bizarre
dismissal
in
the
first
ODI
against
New
Zealand
led
to
an
avoidable
on-field
moment
between
the
two
teams.

Hardik,
while
batting
on
28,
was
adjudged
bowled
in
a
rather
questionable
call
from
third
umpire
KN
Anantha
Padmanabhan.

After
he
missed
a
cut
shot
completely
off
medium
pacer
Daryl
Mitchell,
the
bails
came
off
and
New
Zealand
appealed
for
a
bowled
dismissal.

New
Zealand
skipper
and
wicketkeeper
Tom
Latham’s
gloves
were
close
to
the
stumps
at
the
time
of
action
and
he
did
not
know
if
he
had
dislodged
the
bails
unintentionally
or
if
the
ball
clipped
the
stumps.
The
replays
were
far
from
conclusive
but
the
third
umpire
ruled
in
favour
of
the
visitors,
which
angered
Hardik
Pandya
as
the
batter
left
the
field
in
disgust.

Hardik’s
teammates
too
were
not
pleased
with
the
call
and
when
Latham
got
into
the
middle
with
New
Zealand
chasing
350,
his
habit
of
keeping
his
hands
behind
the
wicket,
dangerously
close
to
the
stumps
was
imitated
by
India
keeper
Ishan
Kishan.

Ishan
Kishan
imitates
Tom
Latham:

The
Indians
appealed
for
a
stumping
on
the
first
ball
Latham
faced
of
off-spinner
Kuldeep
Yadav
as
Kishan
took
the
bails
off
in
jest.
Latham
was
very
much
in
the
crease
but
Kishan
went
ahead
with
the
appeal
and
that
did
not
go
down
well
with
former
India
captain
Sunil
Gavaskar.


“Taking
the
bails
off
was
fine
but
he
should
not
have
appealed,”

said
Gavaskar
on
air.

But
the
New
Zealand
skipper
saw
the
funny
side
of
it
and
was
amused
by
Kishan’s
antics.

India
posted
a
mammoth
total
of
349
courtesy
of
a
fantastic
double
century
by
Shubman
Gill.
In
reply,
New
Zealand
are
currently
in
the
game
thanks
to
an
amazing
inning
by
Michael
Bracewell,
who
is
un
beaten
and
batting
on
96.
The
Kiwis
need
93
runs
off
52
balls
at
the
time
of
writing
this
and
have
4
wickets
in
hand.

(with
inputs
from
agency)


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