Young Gill broke King Virat’s big record, but Kohli said a big thing while predicting


Gill broke Virat’s big record
Kohli said a big thing while predicting

New Delhi. The last match of the three-match T20 series played between India and New Zealand was played on February 1 at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. In this exciting match, the bat of young opener Shubman Gill roared fiercely. While opening the innings, he played an unbeaten century of 126 runs in just 63 balls at a strike rate of 200.00. During this, 12 fours and seven excellent sixes came out of his bat.

Kohli praised Gill:

Seeing Gill’s excellent batsman, everyone has become his fan and is creating ballads in his praise. In this episode, the country’s experienced batsman Virat Kohli has also praised him. Kohli put a picture of himself with Gill on his Instagram status and wrote, ‘Sitara, the future is here..’

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Gill broke Kohli’s big record:

Before the fiery innings played by Gill in Ahmedabad, the record of playing the biggest innings in T20 International cricket for the Indian team was recorded in the name of Virat Kohli. Kohli played an unbeaten century of 122 against Afghanistan in the Asia Cup. At the same time, after a fine innings of 126 in the last match, Gill has become the first batsman to play the biggest innings in T20 cricket for the country.

Indian team won in Ahmedabad:

Batting first after winning the toss in Ahmedabad, the Indian team managed to score 234 runs at the loss of four wickets in the stipulated overs. Young Gill performed brilliantly for the team and played an unbeaten century innings of 126 runs.

While chasing the target of 235 runs by the Indian team, the Kiwi team was bundled out for 66 runs in 12.1 overs. Captain Hardik Pandya got maximum four successes for Team India. Apart from this, Arshdeep Singh, Umran Malik and Shivam Mavi took two wickets respectively.

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