Shubman Gill laid the foundation for the Indian team‘s victory by scoring an impressive 91 in the second innings of the Brisbane Test in Australia.
Gill made his debut in the second Test played at Melbourne. Gill scored 259 runs in 3 Tests in Australia at an average of 51.80, including two half-centuries.
Former Australian champion bowler Brad Hogg has praised Team India‘s young opener Shubman Gill. Brad Hogg says Shubman Gill will be named among the best Test openers in the world in the next 10 years.
Brad Hogg said on his YouTube channel, “The most important thing in Shubman Gill is that he shows the best game against the short ball.
In Australia he has impressed me with his game. The Australian bowlers wanted to upset Shubman Gill with a short ball, but he didn’t panic at all.”
Shubman Gill was already ready for a hook shot against the short ball in Australia and has the qualities to be the best opener, said the former veteran bowler.
In the next 10 years, Shubman Gill is going to be one of the best Test openers in the world. Shubman Gill has all the shots.”
India beat Australia on their soil to capture the Border-Gavaskar series 2-1. Several Indian players were injured during the four-match series.
The reason why five players made their debuts in the series by The Indian side. India were bowled out for the lowest score (36) of their Test history in the first Adelaide Test. After that, India managed to dust off Australia with an incredible comeback.
After winning the match, India had stopped Australia‘s winning era, who had not beaten on the ground of Gaba for 33 years.
Team India also captured the Test series 2-1 for the second consecutive time in Australia. Shubman Gill lashed out against lethal bowlers like Mitchell Starc, Pat Cummins and Josh Hazlewood.