Proficient India batter Shubman Gill stated former all-rounder Yuvraj Singh had advised him to bat via as soon as he’s properly set, an recommendation which paid off as he smashed his maiden ODI hundred throughout the third match towards Zimbabwe right here.
Gill on Monday slammed 130 off 97 balls with the assistance of 15 boundaries and one six to steer India to a 13-run win and a 3-0 sequence sweep towards Zimbabwe. His innings earned him accolades from a number of former gamers, together with Yuvraj, who had taken to twitter to lavish reward on him. “I simply met him (Yuvraj) earlier than coming to Zimbabwe and he simply advised me that you just’re batting properly and simply go there and once you’re set, look to bat via,” Gill stated in a video uploaded by BCCI.
“I used to be telling him ‘100 nahi aa raha’ (I’m not getting that hundred). And his reply was ‘don’t fear, it’ll come’.” Gill, who was determined to succeed in to his first hundred after scoring 98 not out within the earlier sequence towards West Indies, grew to become the third youngest Indian to attain an ODI century overseas after Yuvraj and Virat Kohli.
— Yuvraj Singh (@YUVSTRONG12) August 22, 2022
“It was a very good wicket to bat on, I obtained your organization and luck was in my favour and it was essential for me to profit from the chance advert I’m completely happy I did that,” Gill, who was adjudged the Participant of the Match, advised Ishan Kishan throughout a chat. Zimbabwe batter Sikandar Raza additionally produced a particular innings of 115 off 95 balls to nearly take his crew to victory earlier than Gill took a sensational catch within the deep as India emerged victorious by 13 runs.
“The sport was fairly tight. We didn’t anticipate the sport to go this deep however that is what cricket is about,” he stated. “When the ball went within the air, first I used to be pondering, ‘okay, it’s going to come back to me at a straightforward tempo’. However the ball was dipping and I used to be like ‘it shouldn’t fall down’. So I simply dived to take the catch.”