Yesterday cricket match prediction: “He can carry on the legacy of Kohli and Tendulkar”: Indian star Sabah Karim’s big statement ahead of AUS series

Former Indian cricketer Sabah Karim praised Team India’s batsman after defeating New Zealand in the ODI series alongside Rohit Sharma.

Over the centuries, Indian skipper Rohit Sharma and inaugural player Shubman Gill engineered India’s memorable victory over New Zealand in the bilateral series 3rd One Day International (ODI) . Indian opener Gill recorded his fourth ODI ton, while skipper Rohit scored his triple-digit score for his record-breaking 30th at his stadium Holkar in Indore on Tuesday. recorded and ended a century of drought.

The senior Indian opener matched Ricky Ponting’s feat of scoring 30 centuries in a 50-over format. Rohit’s accomplice, Gill, made his 90th round victory comfortable as he was the host’s top scorer in his Indore at Virat Kohli-Star India in the series two century. Opener Gill also equaled Babar Azam’s world record after registering four centuries of ODI.

With opener Gill batting like a dream and breaking multiple records in ODI cricket, former Indian selector Sabah Karim has made a big statement about the in-form batsman.Gill’s batting credits Speaking to India News, Karim claimed that the Indian opener could continue the legacy of master blaster Sachin Tendulkar and former Indian skipper Kohli.

“Good character. He can carry on the legacy of Virat Kohli and his Sachin Tendulkar. The biggest challenge is the overseas situation. Gill’s performance in England was not very good when the tests were run. I hope he becomes the backbone of batting in India. We experience such an ability for the first time in a long time. We’ll have to see how he holds up against strong opponents in the future. We have to test him in difficult conditions and quality bowlers, but his start was phenomenal,” Karim said.

Gill smashed 78 to 112 balls to take his run count to 360 for the third straight game. Gill’s impressive run tally is the most common recorded by a hitter in his ODI series of three games. Babar accomplished the same feat in his 2016 match against the West Indies. Gill, who was named player of the series, also moved up to sixth in the newly released ICC Men’s ODI Player Rankings for Batters. “There’s a lot going on with Shubman Gill’s hitting. He looks mature with the bat. Maturity means being aware of the game, reading the game and playing different shots against bowlers. , means focusing on shot selection, how to navigate the scoreboard, and complementing partners when needed,” Karim added.

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