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Shubman Gill retired hurt in the semi-final match

By Kaif - November 15, 2023 04:25 PM

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The heat of Mumbai is troubling Shubman Gill. The physio had come to the field to examine the opener. Bad news for India - Gill retired hurt on 79 runs. Although they can come to play the match again but India will definitely face some problems with this.

Shubman Gill retired hurt in the semi-final match

Shubhman Gill has returned to the pavilion after scoring 79 runs in 65 balls. However, he is not out. Due to the heat of Mumbai he faced problems and had to go back. Now he can come to bat again when the wicket falls. Currently Shreyas Iyer and Virat Kohli are at the crease. India's score is 173/1 after 24 overs.

The first semi-final of the ICC World Cup 2023 is being played between India and New Zealand at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. In this match, Team India captain Rohit Sharma won the toss and decided to bat, which seems to be proving correct so far. In this match, openers Rohit Sharma and Shubman Gill gave a great start to the team. Both the batsmen together scored more than 60 in the powerplay for the seventh time in the World Cup.

However, Rohit Sharma, who had adopted an aggressive approach from the beginning, was out after scoring 47 runs in 29 balls and missed scoring a half-century. After his dismissal, Shubman Gill along with Virat took the innings forward. Meanwhile, Shubman Gill batted well from one end and completed his half-century. This is Gill's fourth half-century in this tournament.

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Shubman Gill's performance in the semi-finals

Gill completed 4 half centuries of the World Cup in 41 balls. Facing 41 balls, Gill completed his half-century with the help of 7 fours and one six. This was Shubman Gill's fourth half century in this World Cup. At the same time, 13th in ODI career. Shubman Gill made a partnership of 71 runs with Rohit for the first wicket. Rohit played a brilliant inning of 47 runs in 29 balls with the help of 4 fours and 4 sixes.

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