Ishan Kishan, a keeper-batter for Team India, extended his dismal T20I performance streak
when he was removed early in the series finale against New Zealand on February 1 in Ahmedabad.
In the second over of the Indian innings, Kishan was out. The left-hander was out by Michael Bracewell of New Zealand, an off-spinner.
In the three balls he faced during his brief time at the crease, he only managed to score one run.
In his previous 14 T20I appearances, the swashbuckler has struggled to get going in the shortest format, scoring 200 runs at an average of 14.28.
Notably, in the current three-match T20I series, Kishan has had trouble playing against Bracewell.
The spinner also dismissed him during the first match. The 24-year-old finished the series with 24 runs from three games and a strike rate of 60, which was forgettable.