Shubman Gill keeps igniting the flames with each significant win, which eventually draws parallels to Sachin Tendulkar and Virat Kohli. Critics of Cricket fraternity believes he is the next big thing in the world cricket and often compared to cricketing Legends of India
Indian Cricket Always Gives the Answer of Who Next
Just the way Indian cricket operates is bizarre. Everyone pondered, “Who next?” after the legendary Sunil Gavaskar announced his retirement. The very next year, 16-year-old Sachin Tendulkar made his debut and went on to maybe become the greatest batter in history. When the great Tendulkar had to retire 25 years later, Virat Kohli filled the hole by establishing himself as one of the best and most accomplished batters of the contemporary era. Kohli stood out in the “Battle of the Fab Four” because he dominated all three formats, averaging over 50 in each, and he completely changed the face of cricket. Shubman Gill, a member of Team India, is already standing in as Kohli embraces the “grey” today. Gill, who is only 23 years old, is already being hailed as the future of Indian cricket, and his outstanding performance more than supports this claim.
Sachin, Virat and Rohit Have Inspired is Beyond
The generation that Sachin Sir, Virat Bhai, and Rohit Sharma have inspired is beyond, so while it’s fantastic when people see it that way, I don’t really see it that way. If we hadn’t won the World Cup in 1983, Sachin Tendulkar would not have existed. If we hadn’t won the World Cup in 2011, I might not have been as inspired. Therefore, these kinds of legacies and things are eternal. In terms of defining their legacies,
Gill is Setting the Bar High for Him Self
Gill’s hundreds twice eliminated the top two IPL clubs, Royal Challengers Bangalore and Mumbai Indians, in three innings. As GT chased down 198 against RCB, Gill’s second consecutive IPL century overshadowed Kohli’s. Later, in the Eliminator match against MI, Gill scored 129 off 60 balls, probably his most destructive century, as Gujarat destroyed the five-time winners by 62 runs to get to the final against Chennai Super Kings. Gill has a wonderful chance to solidify his status as an IPL legend as he targets another milestone. In an effort to deliver his club a second straight IPL championship, he might become only the second Indian batsman to surpass the 900-run mark.