Gill alongside skipper Rohit Sharma blasted a 212-run partnership off just 26.1 overs and powered India to a victory as the hosts defeated New Zealand by 90 runs at the Holkar Stadium in Indore. Recently, Shubman Gill has been in outstanding shape. The batsman gave a bow to the audience as he completed his third century in four innings on Tuesday, his fourth overall.
At the Holkar Stadium in Indore, Gill and skipper Rohit Sharma slammed a 212-run partnership off just 26.1 overs to propel India to victory as the hosts upset New Zealand by 90 runs.
Gill was questioned after defeating New Zealand and answering a challenging question. In a video interview that aired on Star Sports on Tuesday, Gill was questioned about his preference between Virat Kohli and Sachin Tendulkar. “I suppose Virat Bhai because,” the 23-year-old batsman retorted. I started playing cricket because of Sachin Sir because my father is a major fan. I wasn’t old enough to understand cricket when he retired. I would pick Virat bhai because I have gained a lot of knowledge from him as a batter by the time I started to grasp cricket a little better.
When asked about his performance, Gill, who was chosen player of the series, remarked, “It feels wonderful to perform throughout the series.” After the double hundred, I continued to use the same strategy (208 in the first ODI). The key is getting off to a good start and, if at all possible, winning every game.
“I try to play in accordance with the circumstances and the game, not paying attention to my score. On this pitch, it appeared as though it could go any way at one point, but our bowlers did a good job and bowled extremely effectively,” he continued.