“I think this hundred is going to go a long way in Gill’s career because these lows teach you a lot,” Khan stated.
Former India cricketer Zaheer Khan discussed Shubman Gill’s century against England on Sunday on “Match Centre Live” on JioCinema and Sports18. He said: “He’s a dedicated student of the game and loves putting in the effort which is required to be successful at this level.” These lows teach you a lot, thus I believe this hundred will go far in his profession. You learn the value of running from them as well. He needed to perform there since he had requested to switch to batting position. Now he will be lot more relaxed. He therefore has a lot of goals to accomplish, and we’ll watch him continue to collect records over time.
Former England cricketer Owais Shah also commented on Gill’s knock, stating: “Shubman Gill took full advantage of the opportunity.” It was quite amazing how he constructed his innings—playing with a straight bat at first, punishing the bowlers for whatever mistake they made—and the amount of pressure he applied. He played with ease and displayed a certain composure even as he approached his century.”
After assessing the current state of play, Zaheer Khan declared, “India won the day, and they are in a good position. However, there is always the possibility that someone will have a brilliant inning, as we seen in the last game. We are simply conversing in this manner as a result of that. Despite being 190 runs behind, Ollie Pope’s performance allowed England to make a comeback.
Thus, even granting England 400 is a significant request, and it won’t be simple for them. Tomorrow is going to be all spinning. They will be able to pinch the English batters much more easily if they get Bumrah’s assistance. However, since it’s cricket, too much may be predicted beforehand. India will win, but England is still in the game and has a chance. I think it will be a close match.
Parthiv Patel, former India cricketer was disappointed by India’s overall batting performance in the second innings, saying: “There are no two ways about it. India will definitely be disappointed with the way they have batted. On a third-day pitch when nothing much is happening, you would want two-three players to stick around and hit centuries. Many batsmen got out attempting to play big shots, so they have to focus on that.”