Shubman Gill has just one problem with his batting: the slow weight transfer onto the front foot. Twice this ODI series, he has paid for that mistake off Kagiso Rabada.
In the past, in Indian conditions again, Kyle Jamieson (twice), James Anderson and Mohammed Shami (in the IPL) have penalised Shubman Gill for the same error, cleaning up the sticks
Gill has such a lovely all-round game, so adept against bounce and superb against spin – R Ashwin rates him one of the toughest batsmen to bowl
On cement, the backfoot becomes an instinctive play, and the front foot something to be worked on. Batting is about transferring weight and being still when playing a shot.
At the top level one needs to be strong on the back foot but still have the balance and skill to play under the eyes, and be in a position to transfer the weight forward.
Shubman Gill is an Indian international cricketer who plays for Punjab in domestic cricket as a right-handed opening batsman.
He was the vice-captain of the India U-19 team for 2018 Under-19 Cricket World Cup. He is 23 years old
As of now, the quick pacers who tail the ball in challenge him because of the slowness of his movement.