How is Shubman hitting one century after another in T20? Raj himself exposed after the match

How is Shubman hitting one century after another in T20?  Raj himself exposed after the match

Ahmedabad: Shubman Gill, who has been in fine form in the IPL, believes that after the T20 World Cup in Australia and before the T20 series in New Zealand, he made some technical changes in his batting which paid off. Gill was not selected for the T20 World Cup in 2022. Rohit Sharma, KL Rahul and Virat Kohli were the top three batsmen in coach Rahul Dravid’s team. Gill, who faced criticism for his strike rate before the IPL, has achieved the ‘Orange Cap’ in the 16th season of IPL by scoring 851 runs including three centuries. With the help of his 60-ball 129, Gujarat Titans beat Mumbai Indians by 62 runs. Defeated and entered the finals. Gill said after the match, ‘ I have made some changes since the last West Indies tour (2022). I was injured before the last IPL but was working on my game. I worked on some aspects and made technical changes before the series against New Zealand.

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He said about his innings, ‘It was probably my best innings in IPL so far.’ Asked how he copes with the expectations, Gill said, “You think about the expectations off the field but once you get on the field, the only thing that remains in your mind is how you can contribute to the team.”

He said, ‘I think ball by ball, over by over, in the over in which I hit three sixes, only then I understood that it is my day.’ Gill said, ‘It was a good wicket to bat on. I keep trying new things in batting but the most important thing is confidence. I have also done well in international cricket recently and I was sure that I will do well in IPL as well. After beating Mumbai by 62 runs in the second qualifier, Gujarat will now take on Chennai Super Kings in the final on May 28.
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