Shubman Gill: Shubman Gill could not keep pace with ‘Gabbar’, after a bang, there was a huge negligence

In the first ODI against West Indies, opener batsman Shubman Gill got a chance in the playing XI of the Indian team. In the match, Shubman opened the innings with captain Shikhar Dhawan and scored 64 runs in 53 balls. During this he also hit 6 fours and 2 sixes. Shubman shared a 119-run partnership with Dhawan but after that there was a lack of coordination between the two and Gill was run out.

Shubman tried to play Alzarri Joseph with a light hand on the fourth ball of the 18th over, but by the time he reached the non-strike end, the wicket was shattered by a straight throw from Nicholas Pooran. After Shubman’s run out, Dhawan along with Shreyas took the innings and took the team’s score beyond 200 runs but he was dismissed on a personal score of 97, just three runs away from the century. Dhawan faced 99 balls in his innings in which he also hit 10 fours and three sixes.

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Let us inform that in the match, the host West Indies team won the toss and decided to bowl first. After getting the invitation to bat first, Team India made a great start, the West Indies bowlers had to struggle a lot for the first success. At the same time, the host team has used their 7 bowlers in this match against India.

Team India has to play a series of three ODIs and five T20 matches on this tour of West Indies. The first ODI of the series is being played at the Queen’s Park Oval. At the same time, the second-third match of the series will also be played on July 24 and 27 at the same ground.

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After the ODI series, the T20 series between the two teams will start. The first match of the T0 series is to be played on July 29. This match between India and West Indies will be played at Brian Lara Stadium, Trinidad.

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