Shubman Gill said Virat Kohli needs to learn from this

Shubman Gill is one of the emerging batsmen for India. Gill made his international debut against New Zealand in 2019. However, his most spectacular performance came on the tour of Australia, where he laid the foundation for Team India’s victory by playing 91 runs on the fifth day of the Test at the Gabba Ground. Shubman admits that he has learned a lot from skipper Virat Kohli, which has benefited him a lot. Meanwhile, the right-handed batsman has said that Virat is very behind him and wants to train him for the special occasion.

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During a question-and-answer session with ESPIAN Cricinfo, Shubman is asked what one thing Virat Kohli wants to learn. Shubman said he wanted to learn Virat FIFA (The Game). He said that Team India captain loses him every time. When asked if Gill had a time machine, and who would like to see him play, the Punjab batsman named the 2011 World Cup match. Gill’s performance in the domestic Test series against England is not special, so he will have a chance to prove himself on the England tour.

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Shubman Gill said he had seen the heavy bat of his Kolkata Knight Riders teammate and West Indies batsman Andre Russell. Gill said that Harbhajan Singh would eat Aab Tak’s best butter chicken. Talking about the cornerstone, the Indian opener said, ‘It’s tough. You have to stay in the room for 14 days and you have nothing special. We have a daily schedule and we go accordingly. We are busy watching movies or spending some time on the iPad but overall this is very difficult.

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