India vs Leicestershire: Rohit Sharma-Shubman Gill did not improve, lost the wicket by making a childish mistake, Hanuma Vihari’s game also ended!

India vs Leicestershire: Indian top order destroyed in practice match!

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India vs Leicestershire Warm-up Match: The Indian opening pair flopped in the warm-up match between India and Leicestershire. Shubman Gill and Rohit Sharma lost their wickets after being set. Both of them caught the path of the pavilion by playing very bad shots.

Before the Edgbaston Test against England, Team India is playing a warm-up match against Leicestershire, where its openers have performed extremely poorly. Shubman Gill – Rohit Sharma got out after playing a very bad shot and Hanuma Vihari also lost his wicket on a minor ball. Captain Rohit Sharma 25, Shubman Gill got out after scoring 21 runs. Hanuma Vihari scored 3 runs in 23 balls. The surprising thing is that the openers of Team India had a good start. Shubman Gill played excellent shots against Jasprit Bumrah. Rohit Sharma also batted positively and his footwork was amazing but then both these players started repeating their old mistakes.

Shubman Gill hits the fifth stump delivery

Shubman Gill looked amazing on the balls coming near the body but he faced problems outside the off-stump. His wicket also fell while tampering with the ball of the fifth stump. Gill tried to play the ball outside the off-stump of Will Davis but the ball took the edge of his bat and went straight into Pant’s glove.

Rohit Sharma out on short ball

Rohit Sharma is considered to be the best player of the short ball. His cut and pull shots are amazing but for some time he has been getting out playing the same shot. Gill made the same mistake in the warm-up match against Leicestershire. Roman Walker threw a short ball and forced Rohit to play a pull shot and the ball went into the air, after which Skande took his easy catch. After this Hanuma Vihari also got out after playing a bad shot. He tried to put on drive off Walker’s ball and the ball ended up in the hands of Sam Bates standing at first slip.