“It’s happening all the time” ex-Pakistan captain says of Shubman Gill’s batting.

“It’s happening all the time” ex-Pakistan captain says of Shubman Gill’s batting. Shubman Gill missed his half-century by seven runs in the second ODI against West Indies on Sunday, according to the ex-international batter.

Former Pakistan captain Salman Butt stated that Indian opener Shubman Gill must extend his innings. Butt went on to say that the player should score a lot of runs because he has a lot of talent. The ex-international batter made the remarks after falling seven runs short of his half-century in the second ODI of India’s three-match series against the West Indies on Sunday. Notably, Gill got a bottom edge of his bat on Kyle Mayers’ delivery while attempting to play a scoop shot. Mayers easily completed the follow-up catch to claim his wicket.

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“Has alot of Talent” Salman Butt on Shubman Gill’s batting.

“Shubman Gill performed admirably, but he continues to lose wickets even after being set. It happens all the time. He is such a good player that I believe he must continue, that he must score big because he has a lot of talent “Butt stated on his YouTube channel.

Concerning the match, India put up a valiant effort to defeat the West Indies by two wickets in a last-over thriller. India won with two balls to spare after chasing a 312-run target at Trinidad’s Queen’s Park Oval. Despite the required run rate increasing to 10 runs per over near the end of the game, Axar Patel played an unbeaten 64-run knock off 35 balls to get the team home.

West Indies had earlier posted 311 for 6, led by Shai Hope’s 115 and Nicholas Pooran’s 74. Shardul Thakur was India’s first-choice bowler, with figures of 3 for 54 in 7 overs. In response, Shreyas Iyer hit a 63 to help India’s cause alongside Axar. Alzarri Joseph and Kyle Mayers each took two wickets for the West Indies.

The victory in the second ODI gave India a 2-0 series lead with one match remaining. On Friday, India won the first game by a narrow margin of three runs at the same venue.

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