Shubman Gill Double Tons India Vs New Zealand

INDIA VS NEW ZEALAND: Shubman Gill played a remarkable match today. With his double tons, India made 349 for the loss of 8 wickets.

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Shubman Gill Double Tons, powered by 19 fours and 9 sixes in just 149 balls. Rohit Sharma was out in just 34 runs and Virat Kohli and Ishan Kishan were out also on 8 and 5 respectively. Suryakumar Yadav and Hardik Pandya gave support to Gill. They made 31 and 28 respectively.

Henry Shipley took two wickets, and Lockie Ferguson, Blair Tickner, and Mitchell Santner took one wicket each. Only Santner balled with good intent and he gave 56 in ten overs.

Shubman Gill
Shubman Gill

India Batting Scorecard, India Vs New Zealand

India BattingRunsBall Played4s6s
Rohit Sharma (C) (c Daryl Mitchell b Blair Tickner)343842
Shubman Gill (c Glenn Phillips b Henry Shipley)208149199
Virat Kohli (b Mitchell Santner)81010
Ishan Kishan (W) (c Tom Latham b Lockie Ferguson)51400
Suryakumar Yadav (c Mitchell Santner b Daryl Mitchell)312640
Hardik Pandya (b Daryl Mitchell)283830
Washington Sundar (lbw b Henry Shipley)121400
Shardul Thakur (run out (Mitchell Santner / Tom Latham))3300
Kuldeep Yadav5600
Mohammad Shami2200
Mohammed Siraj

Extra runs gave by New Zealand

13 Bye – 0, Leg Bye – 0, Wide – 13, No Ball – 0

India’s Fall of wickets

  • 1 – 60 Rohit Sharma, 12.1 Overs
  • 2 – 88 Virat Kohli, 15.2 Overs
  • 3 – 110 Ishan Kishan, 19.4 Overs
  • 4 – 175 Suryakumar Yadav, 28.3 Overs
  • 5 – 249 Hardik Pandya, 39.4 Overs
  • 6 – 292 Washington Sundar, 45 Overs
  • 7 – 302 Shardul Thakur, 46.4 Overs 8 – 345 Shubman Gill, 49.2 Overs

New Zealand bowling card

New Zealand Bowling0versMaidenRunsWickets
Henry Shipley90742
Lockie Ferguson100771
Blair Tickner100691
Mitchell Santner100561
Michael Bracewell60430
Daryl Mitchell50302

India’s first-inning score is 349 for the loss of 8 wickets.

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