Why does Shubman Gill have to abuse Ishaan Kishan before the match? This video of him went viral with Rohit Sharma
Shubman Gill said that this guy spoils my pre-match routine because he does not let me sleep. He doesn’t have to put earpods on iPad, I abuse him and tell him to reduce his voice.
Shubman Gill, who was the hero of India’s victory in Hyderabad ODI, told that he often had to abuse his teammate Ishaan Kishan before the match. BCCI has posted a video on its official website in which captain Rohit Sharma is seen with Shubman Gill and Ishan Kishan. In the current squad, the name of these three batsmen is the record of scoring a double century. In the video, Rohit Sharma is seen asking Shubman Gill about his innings, while Ishan Kishan asks about his pre-match routine. While answering this question of Kishan, Gill said that he has to abuse this left-handed batsman before the match.
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When Ishaan Kishan asked Shubman Gill about his pre-match routine, captain Rohit Sharma said that you guys sleep together, this is the pre-match routine.
Answering this question, Shubman Gill said, ‘My pre-match routine spoils this guy. Because it doesn’t let me sleep. He doesn’t have to wear earpods on iPad… the movie is playing on full volume… and I abuse him and tell him to reduce his voice or wear earpods… then he says that you are in my room It is sleeping, it will work as per my wish…. This is my pre match and everyday we fight.’
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Rohit Sharma and Ishaan Kishan welcomed Shubman Gill to the 200 club during this period.
At the end of the video, Rohit Sharma is seen jokingly asking Kishan that he didn’t play his three matches even after scoring 200 runs, to which Kishan replied that you are the captain, brother. All the three players started laughing at this answer. Kishan said, ‘But it’s okay, there is a lesson from everything.’
Talking about the match, chasing the target of 350 runs by India, the entire New Zealand team was reduced to 337 runs. Bracewell played a blistering inning of 140 runs for the visitors, but he could not win his team.