In the first Test match played in Centurion, South Africa defeated India by an innings and 32 runs.
Former Indian captain Sunil Gavaskar has given a big statement regarding the dismissal of Shubman Gill in the second innings of the first Test match played against South Africa. Let us tell you, in the first Test match played in Centurion, South Africa defeated India by an innings and 32 runs. In this match, no player from the Indian team could perform well and this was the reason why the team could not win the first match.
Talking about Shubman Gill, he was out after scoring only 26 runs in the second innings of the first test. Gill’s wicket was taken by Marco Jansen. According to Sunil Gavaskar, Shubman Gill made a big mistake. According to the former captain, if the young player had played that ball towards mid-on, he might not have been out.
According to Sportskeeda, Sunil Gavaskar said, ‘The length was very good but Shubman Gill made a big mistake. If he had played the shot towards mid-on instead of mid-wicket, he might not have been out. The ball was not straight at all and it was clearly visible when the ball was hitting the bat.
Marco Jansen bowled very aggressively and took the wicket of Shubhman Gill. He was continuously bowling on the pads of the young player.
The second test match is starting from January 3 in Cape Town.
Let us tell you, the second and final Test match between South Africa and India is starting from January 3 in Cape Town. It is very important for both the teams to win this match. Talking about the first test match, for the Indian team, KL Rahul scored a brilliant century in the first innings while Virat Kohli played a valuable innings in the second innings.
In the first match, apart from these two, no other player had batted or bowled well. At present, all the Indian fans would be praying that the Indian team wins the second and final test match. Now it remains to be seen whether the Indian team wins the second test match or the hosts win this test series?