Shubman Gill: Shubman Gill got upset after getting out on 0, vented his anger in this way – ind vs aus 2 odi vizag 2023

Shubman Gill: Shubman Gill got upset after getting out on 0, vented his anger in this way – ind vs aus 2 odi vizag 2023

Visakhapatnam: Shubman Gill of the Indian cricket team, who created a ruckus with his bat in the Border Gavaskar Trophy, completely flopped in the ODI series against Australia. Gill’s bat has been silent in the opening two matches of the ODI series against Australia. Where he was dismissed after scoring 20 runs in the first ODI played in Mumbai, Gill could not even open his account in Visakhapatnam. In both the matches, he was hunted by the dreaded bowler of Australia cricket team, Mitchell Starc. However, after being dismissed in the second match, a video of Shubman is becoming increasingly viral on social media, in which he is seen shaking angrily.

Gill could not control his anger after getting out

In fact, in the second ODI between India and Australia, Mitchell Starc was bowling the first over of the Indian innings. Shubman Gill was on strike on the third ball of that over. He wanted to collect a four on that ball towards point. Significantly, instead of playing the shot on the ground, Gill played a little in the air. In such a situation, Marnus Labushen, stationed at point, did not make any mistake in catching the ball coming towards him in the air. Labushen caught Gill’s catch very easily, due to which Shubman was dismissed without opening the account. After getting out, Gill was seen shouting angrily. He was not at all happy with the way he lost his wicket. At the same time, the video of his reaction is becoming fiercely viral on social media.

Australia won the second ODI by 10 wickets

Australia cricket team captain Steve Smith won the toss and decided to bowl first. In such a situation, India’s performance with the bat was quite disappointing. Rohit Sena, batting first, could not even play the full 50 overs and got all out after scoring 117 runs in just 26 overs. Chasing the target of 118 runs, the Australian team chased the target in 11 overs without losing any wicket. However, this was India’s biggest loss in terms of balls (234 balls) in the history of ODI cricket.
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