Shubman Gill prefers World Test Championship title than T20 World Cup

Mumbai, 12/5 (AO Bureau);Team India will leave for England tour next month. The team’s biggest goal is to win the World Test Championship title. With this, Virat Kohli would like to establish himself as a captain. He has not been able to win the ICC Trophy under his captaincy so far. The team’s young opener batsman Shubman Gill is also excited about this. The finals (India vs New Zealand) will be played at Southampton Grounds in England from 18 to 22 June.

When talking to Cricinfo, when Shubman Gill was asked what is your dream to play in T20 World Cup or World Test Championship, he said that World Test Championship. Because it is being organized for the first time. He has also got a place in Team India for this match. He can be sent along with Rohit Sharma as an opener. Shubman Gill did well on the tour of Australia.

Kohli wants to learn FIFA game

When the question was asked to him, what one thing can you teach Virat Kohli, the captain of the Indian team. Shubman Gill gave a funny answer to this question. He said, I would like to teach FIFA (game) to Virat Kohli. He revealed that Kohli always loses to him in this game and he would like to teach Virat this game. At the same time, Gill was also asked that which one you would like to be part of such a match for India which is memorable in itself. Gill said on this question that if he wants to play in one of the matches of the past, then he would like to be a part of the 2011 ODI World Cup final match. In the final of the 2011 World Cup, Team India won the ODI World Cup by defeating Sri Lanka under the captaincy of Mahendra Singh Dhoni.
Want to give father the gift of t20 world cup

Shubman Gill also said that he wants to give the T20 World Cup title to his father as a gift. When he was asked that you, Kamlesh Nagerkoti and Shivam Mavi will race 100 meters, then who will win. He said that Nagerkoti will win in it. On giving a message to the under-19 team playing World Cup, he said that play without fear.

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