On Tuesday, Shubman Gill, arguably talking about young Indian batting talents, said that the exploits of Cheteshwar Pujara in Australia can have an impact on youngsters like him, who are keen to play for the country. They said, "They have faced more than 1200 deliveries in Australia. Playing several balls in a series is really great. It provides inspiration. Creating 500 runs in a tour / series, for example, is a good performance. The teenager of U-19 World Cup champion Punjab said, "Playing 1,200 balls in the series sets the benchmark for the youth."
Gill is more of a skyscraper. Today, he scored 91 runs in 119 balls against Bengal in the Ranji Trophy match at the Jeu Salt Lake campus ground. 19 year old disappointed with his dismissal method Once again, he wants to remove an address from Pujara's book to improve.
"I am very happy with the way I am batting now." But of course the way I'm coming out is something I can work on. I can work on some areas when I am batting well. I go with the flow. In Test matches you need to bat the session. There is a period when a bowler bowls good bowling. There will be sessions when I get runs. You have to separate those sessions.
"His (Pujara) batting (in this regard) got a lot to learn. His patience; The way they blown such world-class fast attack on those wickets. It was unprecedented. Most batsmen of these days concentrate on making runs. Very few focus on batting throughout the day. Their batting inspires us. "
Gill described Pujara's wonderful batting feat – down three hundreds and four Tests in the half-century, and face 1,258 balls – with reverence. Not only Pujara, Captain Virat Kohli will be pleased to know his commitment to Test cricket that, like Gill, his distances are increasing with the next generation of Indian cricketers – he has a contract of Rs 1.8 crore with Kolkata Knight Riders in the IPL. .
He said, "I look at this team for step-by-step to motivate the team to the next Test cricketers. To be the first to be passionate about Test cricket, because if the Indian respects Test cricket, then we know that fans have to come to Test cricket and see, "After Kohli's victory in India in Australia said.