Yashasvi Jaiswal (84 not out off 51) and Shubman Gill (77 off 47) added 165 for the first wicket as India hammered West Indies by nine wickets in the fourth T20I at the Central Broward Regional Park Stadium Turf Ground in Lauderhill, Florida on Saturday, August 12. With the thumping victory, India leveled the five-match series 2-2. The decider will be played at the same venue on Sunday, August 13.
Australia all-rounder Cameron Green has shared his views on the controversial dismissal of Shubman Gill on Day 4 of the World Test Championship (WTC) final on Saturday, June 10. He claimed that he took a clean one-handed catch at gully to send back the Indian opener, adding that third umpire Richard Kettleborough also agreed on the same.
Shubman Gill (129 off 60) and Mohit Sharma (5/10) starred for Gujarat Titans (GT) as the defending champions booked their place in the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2023 final with a clinical 62-run win over Mumbai Indians in Qualifier 2.
Former India all-rounder Yuvraj Singh believes that young Shubman Gill is a strong contender to open the batting for the team during the 2023 ODI World Cup, which will be played in India. Yuvraj described Gill as a hardworking person, who is doing all the right things.
Young Team India batter Shubman Gill has stated that he not thinking of the possibility of being a regular member of the ODI outfit as of now. He asserted that his aim presently is to make the most of his opportunities and leave an impact.
Shikhar Dhawan and Shubman Gill started opening together in the West Indies since KL Rahul was unavailable and Rohit Sharma was rested for the one-dayers. They enjoyed themselves and put together a couple of impressive stands.
Former India batsman Gautam Gambhir has agreed that Shubman Gill must open the batting with Rohit Sharma in the England series, but added that one should not put pressure on him as these are still early days in his international career. Gill made his Test debut in Australia, and scored 259 runs in three matches series, with two fifties, including the 91 in the record chase at Gabba. According to Gambhir, while Gill has made an impressive start to his Test career, things can get tough at the big stage, and hence he must remain grounded.
Ravindra Jadeja came up with a brilliant bowling and fielding effort to seize the advantage for India on Day 2 of the SCG Test against Australia. Resuming the day at 166 for 2, Steve Smith and Marnus Labuschagne took Australia past 200 before the left-arm spinner struck by having the latter caught for 91. With an opening available, Jadeja went on to dismiss Matthew Wade, Pat Cummins and Nathan Lyon to finish with figures of 4 for 62. After Steve Smith reached 131 and was looking good for much more, Jadeja ran him out with a brilliant direct hit, coming rushing in from deep square leg. Australia all-out for 338.