India wins the series , Subhman roars again!

3rd T20 IndVsNW :

The torch is being passed on from Sunil Gavaskar to Sachin Tendulkar to Virat Kohli and now to Shubham Gill. This is highly encouraging for Indian cricket’s future.
Shubman Gill scores his first T20I century, becoming the fifth Indian to do so across all forms.Gill’s first century in the shortest format came off a 54-ball innings. Gill’s brilliant tonne made him the fifth Indian to register a century across all forms.

Shubman Gill, who is frequently referred to as the “future of Indian batting,” showed that the T20 format is where he belongs by getting his first century in the competition in the third and final T20I of the series against New Zealand. In the shortest format, Gill, who had previously struck a historic double hundred in ODIs against the Kiwis, made his first career triple-digit score. In just 54 balls, Gill reached his century, making him the fifth Indian to do so in T20Is.

The record :

With his final score of 126, Gill established a new record for an Indian in T20 internationals. The previous record holder for an Indian in T20 Internationals was Virat Kohli. In the Asia Cup match against Afghanistan, Kohli had amassed an unbeaten 122 points. In the game against the Kiwis, Gill overtook .With his 118-run performance versus Sri Lanka in Indore in 2017, Rohit is third on the list.

With the help of 12 fours and seven sixes, Gill displayed his variety of skills as he maintained his excellent form and scored 126 runs off only 63 balls at the Narendra Modi Stadium.

After scoring a century in the third T20I, Kohli shared a photo of himself and Gill on social media with an amazing five-word remark β€œSitaara (Star). The future is here,” wrote Kohli.

 

Yesterday’s  game :

However, after choosing to bat, India’s start was far from promising. Mitchell Santner made a brilliant choice by giving Michael Bracewell the second over, and the off-spinner earned his captain’s trust by dismissing an out-of-sorts Ishan Kishan, who was ruled LBW with the first ball of the over.

However, after choosing to bat, India’s start was far from promising. Mitchell Santner made a brilliant choice by giving Michael Bracewell the second over, and the off-spinner earned his captain’s trust by dismissing an out-of-sorts Ishan Kishan, who was ruled LBW with the first ball of the over.

The following over from Lockie Ferguson saw two boundaries from the in-form Gill. He was at his most menacing when picking up hits, drives, or pulls to keep up his assault.

Shubman Gill puts critics to silence :

For his recent efforts for India in the shortest format, Gill has drawn a lot of criticism. Former India cricketer Gautam Gambhir had claimed that Prithvi Shaw’s “basic game” suited the shortest format more than Gill’s, who was waiting on the bench.

However, Gill has demonstrated that he can be a sensation in the shortest format too with his brilliance against New Zealand in Ahmedabad.

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