IND vs ENG 2nd Test: Why is Shubman Gill not happy even after his century? Gave the reason himself, revealed the strategy for the fourth day

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IND vs ENG 2nd Test: Why is Shubman Gill not happy even after his century?  Gave the reason himself, revealed the strategy for the fourth day

New Delhi. The Visakhapatnam Test between India and England has reached an exciting turn. While England needs 332 runs, India needs 9 wickets. In such a situation, the fourth day of the match will be important. Shubman Gill scored a century for India on the third day. This is the third century of his Test career. However, despite this century, Gill is not happy. He also explained the reason for this after the third day’s play was over.

Shubhman Gill said, "Definitely happy but I think I scored a few runs less. We could have given England a bigger target. Gill said about the life he got in the beginning that he did not think that the ball had hit the bat. But, Shreyas had asked me to take a review. When I saw in the replays that the ball hit the bat, I was really happy." 

Wicket is not easy for batting: Gill
Regarding getting out further, Gill said that the point fielder had been removed even before the shot was played and that is why I thought that I could hit the shot by lifting it in the air. Yes, it was wrong that I played this shot 5-6 overs before the tea break. The wicket is not easy to bat on, you have to take your time. The ball is turning, hopefully we will bowl with the right direction and line length on the fourth day. At this moment it seems to be 70-30. From India’s point of view, the first session of the fourth day will be important. We have seen that fast bowlers get movement in the morning. If we bowl in the right area then we will definitely be successful.

Gill was out in the second innings after scoring 104 runs in 147 balls. Batting at number three, he has scored a century in Test for the first time. In this innings, Gill hit 11 fours and 2 sixes.

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