In IPL 2023, Qualifier 1 will see Shubman Gill and the Gujarat Titans taking against MS Dhoni and the Chennai Super Kings.
Shubman Gill, a batting staple for the Gujarat Titans, attributes his recent success in international and franchise cricket to a firm grasp on his own game and familiarity with his own playing style. On Sunday, the top-ranked Gujarat Titans chased down 198 runs in just 19.1 overs thanks to an opening batsman’s 52-ball-104 that included eight sixes, eliminating the Royal Challengers Bangalore of Virat Kohli.
After the win, Gill remarked, “I know my game… for any player it’s important to know who you are.” With 680 runs under his belt, Gill has a decent chance at the “Orange Cap,” which is currently held by Faf du Plessis (730 runs).
The brand-new ball was clinging on somewhat. Due to the dew, it was becoming damp. Vijay Shankar seemed to be overdoing it, in my opinion. He was able to smash it far once he got going, he said.
He also issued a challenge to MS Dhoni and the Chennai Super Kings by scoring a brilliant century and claiming that his squad could beat them “on that wicket” in Chepauk in the playoffs.
I believe our bowling attack is well-suited to the conditions of the Chennai pitch. Playing in Chennai against Chennai should be a lot of fun. At the post-game presentation, Gill expressed his desire to return to the championship game.
The man of the match replied, “It’s all about getting a start and converting it into a big one,” when asked about his century. The business side of things, thankfully, is doing well. It’s crucial that you maintain putting in the effort.
Hardik Pandya, captain of the GT, echoed Gill’s praise for his team’s “calmness” in the dugout.
“I was really impressed by the guys’ level of composure. We were hoping to maintain our recent success. We have successfully completed many tasks. A different Shubman Gill comes out when he plays those cricketing shots,” the captain observed of Gill. He never gives the other batter a chance, which inspires confidence in them as well. He continued, “At the outset, we would have taken 197, but we didn’t bowl well. We went for the death overs a little too soon, despite Kohli’s brilliant effort.