shubman gill, become hero from villain in minutes

shubman gill, become hero from villain in minutes


Mumbai: In the first match of the ODI series against India, Australia’s (IND vs AUS) innings was reduced to just 188 runs. Both the teams are competing at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. Along with the bowlers, the fielders showed a strong game for Team India. But Shubman Gill also dropped easy catches. But then he took two catches one after the other and helped wrap up Australia’s innings.

Shubman Gill missed two catches

For India, Shubman Gill has fielded brilliantly in the slips in the recent past. For this reason, even after having big players, they get a chance to field in the slips. But he dropped two easy catches in this match. In the first 27th over, he dropped the catch of Cameron Green off Kuldeep Yadav. Gill made a mistake once again after three overs. He also dropped the catch of Stoinis on the fourth ball of the 30th over. He could not even open the account.

Then did wonders in the slip itself

Shubman Gill came back brilliantly after dropping two consecutive catches in the slips. In the 32nd over, once again the ball took the edge of Stoinis’s bat. This time Gill was ready in the slips. He caught the ball going to his left. Two overs later, once again the ball went into the slips. Sean Abbott edged the ball of Mohammad Siraj. This time Gill dived to the right and caught the ball.

Easy target in front of Team India

The Indian team has an easy target of 189 runs. Captain Rohit Sharma is not playing in this match due to family reasons. In his place, the command of the team is in the hands of Hardik Pandya. Ishaan Kishan got a chance to play in this match in place of Rohit Sharma.

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