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‘Credit To Shubman, Hope He Continues…”: Rohit Sharma Makes Big Wish Ahead Of IPL, WTC Final


Shubman Gill, according to Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma, was the difference in their defeat to Gujarat Titans in IPL Qualifier 2, and he hoped the opener would continue his strong performance for India. As the reigning champion Gujarat Titans defeated MI by 62 runs to go to their second straight IPL final where they will face Chennai Super Kings on Sunday, Gill hammered 129 off 60 balls before Mohit Sharma (5/10) took out a wicket.

“Shubman batting well, nice wicket. They received 20–25 more. After the first half, we felt good. We must give Shubman credit. I hope he keeps up that level of play,” he remarked.

In his opinion, MI lost the game in the powerplay while chasing, according to Rohit, who claimed that Suryakumar Yadav and Cameron Green’s partnership had aroused some optimism.

Despite Greeny and Surya’s strong batting, we got off track. We wanted to be optimistic and give it our all. We were unable to begin the powerplay. We wanted to play the game deep where anything can happen on a good pitch and a field with a narrow boundary, much like Gujarat did. However, I must give GT credit for playing well,” he continued.

Ishan Kishan’s concussion, according to the MI captain, did not aid the team in its high-speed pursuit.

Kishan’s concussion came as a surprise. It was an impromptu modification. We had to adjust to various circumstances and scenarios. But I’m not looking at that,” he replied.

Despite not making it to the final, he chose to focus on the campaign’s successes.

“Playing this game, qualifying, and progressing this far is significant; the batting has been a significant plus that we can carry over into the upcoming season. There are now challenges for every bowling team.

“Our last game was a tremendous performance from us. This season, Tim (David) has been given a role, he remarked.

Hardik Pandya, the winning captain, claimed that the clarity of thought in Gill’s batting is assisting him in amassing runs.

“I find his mental clarity and self-assurance to be outstanding. His innings today were among the best; he never appeared hurried. He seemed to be hitting while someone was throwing balls at him. In both franchise and international cricket, he will be a superstar, said Hardik.

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