Previous India cricketer Yuvraj Singh opened up on the occurrence when youthful Shubman Gill was blamed for purportedly manhandling the umpire during a Ranji Trophy game last season.
Gill got his excusal toppled in the wake of contending with the on-field umpire during Punjab’s Ranji Trophy experience against Delhi, prompting stoppage of play for around 10 minutes. He wouldn’t leave the wrinkle after he was pronounced gotten behind by bowler Subodh Bhati. Gill was docked 100 percent of his match expense for demonstrating question towards umpire Mohammad Rafi. There were solid bits of gossip about Gill likewise manhandling the umpire.
Veteran India batsman Yuvraj asserted that the youthful batsman never manhandled anybody and just scrutinized the choice.
“I was there at the ground during the match. He never manhandled anybody,” said Yuvraj according to cited by Hindustan Times.
“He just scrutinized the choice. In some cases batsmen do that. See, he is youthful and hungry to progress nicely. At the point when I began playing, I too experienced such occurrences. Furthermore, if a player commits an error, he will redress it. He is an uncommon ability,” he said.
Yuvraj, who resigned from universal cricket a year ago, is unsure about the fate of establishment class competitions in the midst of coronavirus pandemic.
“I need to play in the worldwide alliances; be that as it may, I don’t have a clue when these classes will continue, thinking about the pandemic,” said Yuvraj.
The 2011 World Cup victor is as of now prepping youthful cricketers of Punjab likes Shubman Gill, Anmolpreet Singh and Abhishek Sharma. He was drawn closer by Punjab Cricket Association (PCA) secretary Puneet Bali to be a tutor at Punjab’s 21-day away from work season camp, which he accpeted generous.