'Ye nahi gaya Jamnagar?' - Fans react as Shubman Gill practices with his father in Mohali ahead of 5th Test against England in Dharamsala

Shubman Gill played a crucial role with an unbeaten half-century, alongside wicketkeeper-batter Dhruv Jurel to help India win in Ranchi Test against England.

Mathew K
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Shubman Gill practising with  his father (File Photo: X)

Shubman Gill practising with his father (File Photo: X)

When most of the Indian cricketers, be they current or former ones are attending the high-profile pre-wedding event of Anant Ambani, the young Indian batter Shubman Gill has attracted headlines for his focus and dedication towards cricket. Amidst all the news headlines being panned towards cricketers’ attendance in Anant Ambani’s pre-wedding event, Gill was seen practising in Mohali ahead of the 5th and final Test of the ongoing series against England.

Above that, what caught the attention was that Gill was seen practising under the supervision of his father Lakhwinder Singh. A photo of the Indian batter practising with his father immediately went viral over social media as soon as it was shared by a fan over X (formerly Twitter).

The fans also came up with a lot of different kinds of reactions to this photo and the dedication of Gill towards cricket.

Shubman Gill proving his mettle in Test cricket

Speaking of Gill’s performance in the current series, he has impressed with his brilliant batting so far in the series, scoring 342 runs in 8 innings of the 4 Tests, with a century and two half-centuries. He is also the second-leading run-scorer in the ongoing five-match Test series between India and England.

The 24-year-old is just behind the young Indian batting sensation Yashasvi Jaiswal, who has smashed 655 runs in 8 innings of the 4 Tests so far, with a sensational average of 93.57, hitting 2 centuries and 2 half-centuries.

Coming back to Gill, he was one of the vital cogs in the wheel to lead India towards a series-defining win in the fourth Test of the series in Ranchi. He scored a crucial and unbeaten half-century, scoring 52 runs with 2 sixes, alongside Dhruv Jurel’s unbeaten 39 runs with 2 fours to help India chase down the total and win the match by 5 wickets, scoring 192 runs for the loss of 5 wickets. The duo also stitched an unbeaten partnership of 72 runs for the sixth wicket.

Here’s how fans reacted to Shubman Gill practising with his father:



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