Gill’s batting is a poem composed of Rohit’s aesthetics combined with Kohli’s class batting in general. Like the former, he impresses in cover drives, but like the latter, he makes the pull shot hit. Ganguly also got a bit of a peek in the way he occupied the off side against Sri Lanka. His back lift, footwork, eye and hand coordination, his use of grease, the variety of shots that come out of him and the way he times and places them all reflect the strength of his techniques. Gill has plenty of positives to describe his style of play, especially as it is tailor-made for ODIs.
Consistency is a must for any player and that is Gill’s forte. In the 2018 U-19 World Cup, Gill scored 331 runs at an average of 124 in five matches. It includes one hundred and three fifties. Gil is also the hero of the series. He was the one who played an important role in India’s capture of Akkopai. That stretch of stability extends to the current New Zealand series.