After the West Indies won the ODI Series, Shikhar Dhawan said on Star India, “Got Bit Of Rohit Touch In Him.”
In the three-match ODI series against the West Indies, Shubman Gill delivered his greatest performance, hitting 205 runs, including an unbeaten 98 in the third and final ODI.
Shubman Gill, a right-handed batsman, scored 205 runs in the three ODI games against the West Indies. 98, who went undefeated in the third and final game. He received the Player of the Series trophy in recognition of his efforts. The third ODI was reduced from 40 overs per side to 35 overs owing to rain, hence Gill was unable to reach his 100-run milestone. India’s skipper Shikhar Dhawan hailed Gill and claimed that he shared part of Rohit Sharma’s talent after the side won the series 3-0.
He is a very graceful batter and has excellent technique. So you can see how the touch he got would have had some resemblance to Rohit. The 98 runs he scored today are proof that he bats fairly slowly. He was successful in transforming those 1950s into the 1990s. In three games, both of us had two partnerships with scores of over 100, which is really encouraging. We did a great job of managing their bowling attack in the opening 10 overs.
“I am incredibly happy with the squad; So in every game, we demonstrated our passion and utilized the challenges to develop the wonderful potential for all of us,” Dhawan said of the team’s victory in his post-match statements. I, therefore, appreciate everyone’s effort and performance. So I am pleased with my at-bat performance as well because I didn’t rush to release the shot as soon as the ball struck my bat. I can manage pressure well, so it felt amazing.
The group believed there were various advantages. Each batter reached base and scored. Axar Patel, Sanju Samson, Shubman Gill, and Shreyas Iyer all scored runs. So Nothing could be better for a batting unit considering how they played in the first and second innings and how hard they worked in the third ODI after we won the series. Prasidh, Siraj, and Shardul are all skilled bowlers, and Chahal even displayed good bowling. When both departments work together, he said, it feels terrific.
Dhawan remarked, “This was a fantastic series for me, and it feels nice to be the captain,” when asked about his leadership. I carried the match wicket with me and got everyone to sign it so we could always remember this joy. I’m sure I’ll never forget it. I must be able to understand their feelings as we play the game. Nothing is better than a happy, productive workplace.