Former Australia spinner Brad Hogg advises Shubman Gill, says don’t play shots away from the body. India’s opener batsman Shubman Gill was instrumental in helping the Indian cricket team win a spectacular series against the Australian team.
21-year-old India’s young opener batsman Gill faced a fierce attack from Mitchell Starc, Pat Cummins, Josh Hazlewood, and Nathan Lyon.
And he scored 259 runs in 3 Tests against Australia. During this time, he also had two half-centuries off his bat. He scored an average of 51.30.
After this performance, former Australian veteran spinner Brad Hogg has also joined the fans of the India KBC young batsman.
However, this great Australian spinner has also found a technical flaw in the batting of India’s young batsman Shubman Gill.
Former Australian spinner Brad Hogg said, “Gill has shown a lot of great batting in Australia.” He has all the qualities to be a great batsman.
However, Gill is unable to cover his off stump while playing on the pits. They keep trying to play shots from far away from the body.
And for similar shots, your opponent team keeps the field in slip. Shubman Gill, a 21-year-old young batsman, will have to overcome this flaw very soon.
The young Indian batsman was selected as a backup opener against the Australian cricket team. In the first Test match against Australia, Mayank Agarwal and Prithvi Shaw got a chance to start the innings.
But both these batsmen batted extremely poorly in both innings of this match and were the reason for India’s defeat.
In this match, the Indian team was all out for 36 runs in the second innings. And then this is why Shubman Gill got the opportunity to open in the next Test match.
On the basis of his strong performance, he also confirmed his place in the remaining two Tests.
In view of this, Shubman Gill and Rohit Sharma can join the playing XI for the opening batting for India against the England team.
Shubman Gill has scored 2529 runs at an average of 66.55 in 26 first-class matches. While Virat Kohli has scored an average of 53.74 in 119 first-class matches.
And the same Rohit Sharma has scored an average of 55.32 in his 94 first-class matches.