IND Vs AUS Boxing Day Test: Wasim Jaffer Doesn’t Compare Shubman Gill To Anyone Or Put Undue Pressure on Him | Boxing Day Test: Wasim Jaffer advised against comparing Shubman Gill to someone else and not pressuring them ‘

New Delhi: On the fourth day of the Boxing Day Test between India and Australia (IND vs AUS), the Indian Lions won by 8 wickets against the Kangaroos and the 4-game test series became 1-1. East. With this victory, Team India first player Shubman Gill was much appreciated.

Gill’s great game

Shubman Gill was seen playing fearlessly against the fast ball during the Melbourne test. In the first innings, he scored 45 runs on 65 balls using 8 fours, while in the second inning, Gill added 35 * runs on 36 balls using 7 fours. Every cricket fan has been impressed with Gill’s stick and he is compared to many great batsmen.

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Jafar advised

Amid those compliments, former India Test opener Wasim Jaffer gave some important advice. He has told people that comparing Shubman Gill to another cricketer would put unnecessary pressure on him. This 21-year-old should be able to make his own identity.

‘Don’t pressure Gill’

He wrote on Twitter: “Shubman is special but I ask you to let him enjoy his game and prepare for his career.” Don’t compare them to anyone else and don’t put them under pressure. He’s not another player, but first Shubman Gill, we lost a lot of talent due to similar pressure and unrealistic expectations.

Shubman is special but let him enjoy his cricket and grow in his career. Don’t compare him to anyone or put undue pressure on him. He’s not next, he’s the first Shubman Gill. We have lost many great talents due to excessive pressure and unreal expectations. #Shubmangill

– Wasim Jaffer (@ WasimJaffer14) December 29, 2020

Gill played better under pressure

Jaffer may have talked about not putting pressure on Gill, but seeing this young cricketer’s stick it looks like he can show off the best pressure play as well. Despite the early dismissals of Mayank Agarwal and Cheteshwar Pujara (Cheteshwar Pujara) in both innings of the first game, he played excellent shots while playing responsibly.

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