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Shubman Gill Smashed Double Century, India won by 12 runs
Shubman Gill smashed a historic double hundred during the first one-day match among India and New Zealand on Wednesday.
Gill’ first double hundred
Shubman Gill smashed his first double hundred off only 145 balls during the 1st ODI battle between India and New Zealand in Hyderabad on Wednesday. He turned into the fifth Indian cricketer ever to perform the feat and his innings was enhanced with 19 Fours and 8 huge sixes. Previous, the achievement was accomplished by Sachin Tendulkar, Virender Sehwag, Rohit Sharma and Ishan Kishan. He likewise turned into the most young cricketer to hit a double hundred in ODIs – a record recently held by Kishan.
50+ partnership with Rohit Sharma
It was a close performance for the youth who totally completely in charge against the New Zealand bowlers. He sewed together a strong 50-run partnership with skipper Rohit for the 1st wicket and in spite of the fact that Rohit was dismissed, Gill went on with no uneasiness on the pitch with an even bounce.
Quickest 1000 ODI runs ‘Gill
Gill kept on playing his shots even when India lost back to back wickets as Virat Kohli and Ishan Kishan. Gill had the option to arrive at his third ODI century and all the while, he also turned into the quickest Indian cricketer to score 1000 ODI runs outperforming any semblance of Kohli and Shikhar Dhawan.
Gill’ 150 runs just 122 balls
The run-scoring got simpler once he went past the 100-run mark and he kept on taking on almost all bowlers. He had the option to raise his 150 out of 122 balls and even as he kept on losing partners on the opposite end, Gill chose to take a forceful position that was instrumental in taking India past 300.
3 back to back sixes
With two overs to go in the innings, he hammered Lockie Ferguson for three sixes in succession to raise a significant double hundred. This was unexpectedly the most elevated score ever against New Zealand throughout the entire existence of ODI cricket as he went past India legend Sachin Tendulkar’s score of 186 in Nagpur.
India win by 12 runs
What a match it is!! Shardul Thakur wicket Michael Bracewell for 140 as India rout New Zealand by 12 runs in the 1st ODI and take 1-0 lead in the three ODI match series. Shardul strikes Bracewell on the pads as the umpire signal an out and hosts the victory by 12 runs.