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IND vs NZ 2021: Shubman Gill Needs To Work On Dealing With Fuller Balls – Wasim Jaffer

Former Indian cricketer Wasim Jaffer identified a minor flaw in Shubman Gill’s method which must be labored upon if he’s to outlive on the highest stage.

Jaffer took observe of the way in which Gill was dismissed by Kyle Jamieson on the primary day of the primary Test between India and New Zealand on the Green Park in Kanpur. He identified that fuller deliveries have brought on Gill fairly a little bit of hassle in current instances.

Shubman Gill. Image-BCCI

I believe he must be prepared for these fuller balls. He clearly goes deep in his crease and likes to play these backfoot photographs, however as I stated, he opens the batting in IPL and white-ball cricket [against the moving ball].

“That is something he needs to work on and get better at because that is the length the international bowlers will bowl at,” Jaffer stated in a dialog with ESPNcricinfo.

“It’s going to be a challenge for him even if he is batting on 50 or 60 like today” – Wasim Jaffer

Shubman Gill made a secure 52 within the first session earlier than being dismissed by Jamieson within the very first over after lunch. Although the break may have brought on a lapse in focus, it isn’t the primary time Gill has been dismissed in that method, as per Wasim Jaffer.

Shubman Gill WTC final, Wasim Jaffer
Photo Credit: (BCCI)

He goes deep into the crease and plays it from there. It’s all about getting forward to the ball. Sometimes he just hangs back to fuller balls and then throws his bat. And that is going to be a challenge for him even if he is batting on 50 or 60 like today,” Jaffer added.

At the tip of the day’s play, India was 258/4, with debutant Shreyas Iyer batting on 75* whereas Ravindra Jadeja was on 50*.

Also, Read – He Was Playing And Missing Quite A Few Balls – Wasim Jaffer Talks About Mayank Agarwal’s Dismissal To Kyle Jamieson In Kanpur



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