Virat Kohli’s childhood coach has lavished rich praise on Indian youngster Shubman Gill. He said that the opening batter has the potential to become the greatest player of the next generation and has the makings to reach the league of Virat and Rohit.
Shubman Gill – A new face of Indian cricket
At the age of 23, not many have achieved what new Indian sensation Shubman Gill has done. It’s fair to say that since he came in the scene, “From Sachin Tendulkar to Virat Kohli to Shubman Gill” has been the root thing that has been going through
The young batter has started his career in a high note and it’s fair to say that future of Indian cricket is in safe hands. In his short career so far, Gill has ODI double hundred, an ODI century, a Test century and a T20I century.
It’s fair to say that at such a young age, Gill has locked his place in the Indian side in all three formats and is the right person to carry the legacy of greats like Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma.
The recently concluded white-ball series against New Zealand was all about Shubman Gill. The young batter was awarded Player of the Series in ODIs for scoring 360 runs in the series that included a double century and a century.
In the T20Is, he struggled in the first two games but made a roaring comeback in the third game as he smashed the highest individual score by an Indian in the shortest format of the game. He scored unbeaten 126 runs
“Gill has the makings to reach the league of Virat and Rohit,” Kohli’s childhood coach on Indian youngster
Gill’s impressive run has made even Virat Kohli’s childhood coach lavish rich praise on him. Speaking to India News, he said: “Shubman Gill has the potential to become the greatest player of the next generation. Gill has the makings to reach the league of Virat and Rohit”
Virat Kohli's childhood coach said, "Shubman Gill has the potential to become the greatest player of the next generation. Gill has the makings to reach the league of Virat and Rohit". (To India News).Advertisement
— Mufaddal Vohra (@mufaddal_vohra) February 3, 2023
Gill will be next seen in action during the Border-Gavaskar Trophy, which will kick start from 9th February.