Shubman Gill

With major tournaments such as the Asian Cup and World Cup approaching, Shubman Gill’s sudden appearance has caused concern for the former Indian cricketer.

After a bad spell last year that lasted until IPL 2023, Shubman Gill broke his first major hurdle. The talented right-arm batsman who is versatile in India is currently going through a crisis. Gill finished as Orange Cap champion with 890 runs in 17 IPL games but has only managed 76 in three Tests since. In ODIs, he managed 126 rounds in three hits, while a meager 16 on three T20Is.

Other than 85 in Taruba’s third ODI against the West Indies, Shubman Gill had nothing to show in 11 innings in the post-IPL cross-leg.

As big tournaments such as the Asian Cup and the World Cup approached, Shubman Gill’s sudden departure from form worried the former Indian cricketer. Was the selection committee led by Captain Rohit Sharma, head coach Rahul Dravid and Ajit Agaka completely wrong besides confirming Gill’s place in the third format? Is it fair to allow a struggling player like Ishan Kishan to be removed from India’s Asian Cup and World Cup squads to accommodate Gill’s departure? This question may seem harsh, especially to a player like Gill.

At 23, he is the youngest Indian to score a centennial in any event and is a future option. But isn’t his poor form a headache for the Indian government?

Former Indian pacer RP Singh thinks so too. “I think the Indian team will start to worry about Shubman Gill as he hasn’t scored in a long time. He’s had a few bad days on the left arm as well,” Singh told Jio Cinema.

The former left-arm accelerator agreed that pitches in the Caribbean islands were not ideal for a white bowler like Gill, but he warned that international cricket should present these challenges as football to the people. “There is no doubt that the pitches are a bit difficult, but if you play at the international level, you will encounter different kinds of pitches. Indian pitches are not always the same, “But I think the Indian team decided to start Shubman (Gill) with Rohit Sharma in the future.”

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