New Delhi:

The time for the World Cup 2023 is approaching. And Team India's tempo is slowly getting higher. On Sunday, India defeated the visiting Kangaroos by 2 runs in the second ODI (Ind vs Aus 99nd ODI) to take an unbeatable 2-0 lead in the series. And if that happens, the big contributors were Shubman Gill (104), Shreyas Iyer (105) and Suryakumar Yadav (52). However, despite Gill scoring a century, veteran Sehwag did not appear happy with him. Viru says Gill should have made his innings bigger.

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"Last time Gill missed a century, but this time he ensured his hundred, but I would still say that given the kind of form Gill is in, he should have scored 160 or 180 runs. He is only 24 years old now. Even if he had scored 30 runs today, he would not have been tired and he could have also fielded. "At the age of <>, it would have been difficult for him to do that because it would have been difficult for him to recover. That's why, it is better to play big innings now.

"When you are in form and scoring runs, you don't throw away your wicket. When Gill was out, there were 18 overs left to be bowled. If he had played 9-10 more overs, he could have completed his second double century. Rohit Sharma has scored three double centuries. Gill had a chance in the second ODI. This is a pitch on which a player named Sehwag has scored a double century.