Shubman Gill turned 24 on Friday. Gill is now being regarded as one of the best batsmen in the world. Shubman Gill made his international debut in the year 2019. Since then, Shubman Gill has performed very well. Now he is being considered as the successor of Virat Kohli. Shubhman is the youngest player in ODI cricket history to score a double century at the age of 23. Apart from this, he is the youngest centurion in all-format
The Punjab batsman made his big debut for the India U-19 World Cup winning team in 2018. Where he scored 372 runs at an average of 124.00 with the help of 1 century and 3 fifties in 5 innings of 6 matches as the deputy of captain Prithvi Shaw. This also includes a best score of 102 against Pakistan in the semi-finals. He was India's leading run-scorer in the tournament. He was also a 'Player of the Series' award winner.
Shubman Gill has scored 966 runs in 18 Tests for India at an average of 32.20. He has scored two centuries and four fifties in 33 innings, with a best score of 128. Against Australia, he scored 259 runs in three matches at an average of 51.80. Gill scored an inning of 91 runs during the historic win at Gabba.
Shubman Gill has scored 1,514 runs in 29 ODIs for India at an average of 63.08. He has scored 4 centuries and 7 fifties in 29 innings, with a best score of 208. Gill scored 208 runs in 149 balls with the help of 19 fours and 9 sixes while scoring a double century against New Zealand in January.
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Youngest ODI double-centurion (in Men's cricket) ?
Youngest all-format centurion in Men's intl. cricket ?
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Subhman Gill has scored 304 runs in 11 T20I matches at an average of 30.40 and a strike rate above 146. He has scored 1 century in this format. He is the youngest player to score a century in T20I for India. Overall, in 58 international matches, he has scored 2,784 runs at an average of 43.50, including 7 centuries and 12 half-centuries in 73 innings.
Shubman Gill has a long way to go but the success he has achieved in such a short span of time proves that he will only get better with time and under the guidance of senior players, he will undoubtedly achieve great heights in the years to come. do.