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What did Ramiz Raja say about Shubman Gill’s batting

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What did Ramiz Raja say about Shubman Gill’s batting

India sealed their third straight bilateral collection in a row once they received the second ODI towards New Zealand in Raipur behind a scintillating bowling efficiency that noticed the Kiwis collapse for 108. India then chased down the goal with ease and former Pakistan Cricket Board boss Ramiz Raja went on his Youtube channel to reward the Indian efficiency.

He notably singled out Shubman Gill for his performances. Gill slammed a double hundred within the first ODI and was in comparison with the Indian captain Rohit Sharma, by Raja.

“Shubman Gill looks like a mini-Rohit Sharma. He has extra time and looks good. He has enough potential. Aggression will also develop with time. He doesn’t need to change anything. He scored a double hundred recently,” stated Raja.

“Batting was easy for India because they have an outstanding batter like Rohit Sharma. He plays exceedingly well. He is an amazing striker of hook-and-pull shots, so a 108-run chase becomes easy,” Raja added.

The former Pakistan participant then spoke about India’s bowling and the way efficient they have been of their function in Raipur. Raja added that the Indian bowling unit turned the sport on New Zealand’s head by doing the issues the Kiwis are identified to do finest.

“India beat New Zealand at their own game. It was an outstanding bowling performance from them. Their length bowling, seam position was very good. Indian bowlers may not have a lot of pace but their ability to bowl in one spot means that they had a complete performance.”

Raja additionally spoke about how India continued to dominate groups at residence and that this enviable document wanted to be replicated by Pakistan in the event that they wished to turn into a greater cricketing facet.

“Beating India in India has become almost impossible. Sub-continent teams should learn from this, including Pakistan,” stated Raja.