'Agle 10 mahine ke liye jagah pakki ab toh' - Fans react as Shubman Gill scores century against England in second innings of Vizag Test

Shubman Gill smashed his 3rd Test century with a 104-run knock against England in the second innings of the ongoing second Test in Vishakhapatnam.

Mathew K
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Shubman Gill (File Photo: X)

Shubman Gill (File Photo: X)

Young Indian batter Shubman Gill made a strong comeback with a century in the second innings of the ongoing second Test of the five-match series against England. The batter was enduring a poor run of form for the last couple of Test innings. Gill scored 104 runs off 147 balls, with 11 fours and 2 sixes before getting caught by keeper Ben Foakes of England spinner Shoaib Bashir.

Notably, Gill was struggling with a poor run of form in the last three innings against England in the ongoing Test series. He had the scores of 23, 0, and 34 on his credit.

India on the front foot in the Vizag Test against England

On the back of Gill’s century, India have taken a big lead of 370 runs in the ongoing second innings as they have scored 227 runs for the loss of 6 wickets at the time of tea on the third day of the match. Besides his century, Gill also stitched a crucial partnership of 89 runs for the fifth wicket with the star all-rounder Axar Patel.

The fans also lauded Shubman Gill for his brilliant knock when it was required most for India in the ongoing second Test against England.

It is also the 10th international century for Shubman Gill across all the formats at the age of 24 since he made his debut for India five years back in the year 2019 in the Hamilton ODI against New Zealand.

Speaking of Gill’s Test career, it is his third century in the longest format of the game, alongside 4 half-centuries. Besides that, he has also proved his worth in the ODI and T20I cricket as well with 6 ODI centuries and 1 T20I century, respectively.

Here’s how fans reacted to Shubman Gill scoring the century against England:



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