However, Kishan, was not quite up to his regular standards, scoring only 26 in the first T20I and 3 in the second T20I. But, given his overall form, he may have done enough to earn a spot in the team for the next series.
However, Patel had a forgettable game in the second T20I against Ireland as he conceded 54 runs and picked up one wicket in his four overs. He might have a point to prove in the England series.
In the second T20I against Ireland, he scored an entertaining 77 runs off 42 balls, while opening the innings. He, along with Hooda, added 176 runs for the second wicket and ensured a match-winning total for India.
In his last spell against South Africa in Rajkot, Khan had put up a match-winning performance, picking up four wickets for only 18 runs. He also had a decent Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022, as he bagged 18 wickets in 13 matches.
Hooda’s ton helped India set up a strong total of 225, which the team defended. Unsurprisingly, he was named the Man of the Match and also the Man of the Series.